Browse the most popular offers for Leaf Cleaner in Melbourne as rated by your neighborhood community. Handymate - Your local tradie.
Browse the most popular offers for Leaf Cleaner services in Melbourne as rated by your neighborhood community. Handymate - Your local tradie.
Oxygen 2 Clean
Property Plus Maintenance
Good value for money
Professional and prompt
Barbara and Denise shared the following statements on Australian Garden Care's website:
" Since Australian Garden Care have been maintaining my mothers property I have noticed a huge change in the tidiness of the premises. Very impressed!"
"I've been using Australian Garden Care to maintain my lawns for over 2 years now and am always left impressed with their work. Always on time and have the upmost respect for my property."
Knowledgeable and experienced
20 years of experience in the field
Open for any questions and concerns
Wide range of gardening projects covered.
Knowledgeable and experienced
Friendly and reliable services
Thorough and efficient
No job is too big or too small.
Always available and easy to talk to
Organized and highly professional
No job is too small or too big.
Deb M. from Frankston South and Cherie E. from Skye wrote the following reviews:
"I was very happy with All over house & garden maintenance. A great job with my garden and windows and I'll highly recommend them."
"Did a great job with our front yard and side storage area. Does a great job and very easy to deal with. We are going to hire him to do our backyard as well."
The best and safest ways to clean plant leaves without damaging your plants is to spray or hose them off with lukewarm water, wipe them off with a damp cloth or use a soft brush to remove any dirt or dust. You can also spray them with soapy water and hose them off if they're too grimy.
When you don't rake or clean up fallen leaves, they start to form clumps or layers which do not allow proper airflow to the grass and cause it to die off over time. These layers of leaves can cause your lawn to develop a lot of dead patches of grass and require you to reseed. Fallen leaves also serve as a cosy area for mice to hide in, as well as for mould and fungal diseases to develop and infest your lawn.
Dead leaves can be a very useful natural resource that you can use to create your very own natural fertiliser or compost. This way, you can avoid using chemical fertilisers and nourish your lawn, providing it with proper moisture and nutrients from natural sources. You can either collect all leaves and set them aside to compost or you can run the lawnmower over them to mulch and spread them over the grass.
To make leaves decompose faster, you can mulch them using your lawnmower and spread them evenly throughout the grass. You can also add them to your composting pile and add grass clippings, food waste or rotted manure onto it to accelerate the decomposition. Another very effective way to speed up the whole process is to make a worm composting bin and add red wiggler worms, which will break down everything faster and create compost that you can use to fertilise your lawn or garden.