LAWN MOWING Bundoora AND ALL OTHER SUBURBS.
We have many happy clients in Bundoora, Victoria.
Lawn Mowing Bundoora and Bundoora Gardening Service has helped many residents and tenants, in addition to end of lease clean ups. We do quality work to provide affordable lawn mowing services. We are Fully Insured and also do Owners Corporation Work.
Lawn Mowing Bundoora and Bundoora Gardening Service also service suburbs:
Rosanna Lawn Mowing, Macleod Lawn Mowing, Ivanhoe Lawn Mowing, Greensborough Lawn Mowing, Bundoora Lawn Mowing, Heidelberg West Lawn Mowing, Heidelberg Heights Lawn Mowing, St Helena Lawn Mowing, Montmorency Lawn Mowing, Bellfield Lawn Mowing, and surrounding areas.
How often should I mow? Based off years of insight, gardening maintenance and experience with Lawn mowing Bundoora, it is recommended that mowing frequency of once every 3 – 4 weeks is a perfect balance to allow for ideal development of grass turf to allow for a beautifully cut lawn and a neat garden without paying surcharges for overgrowth. Lawn mowing frequency is determined by individual growth rate, environmental conditions and cutting height. New lawns should be mowed when seedlings are about 5 – 6 cm high, even if this entails only partial mowing of the area. Remove only about 1cm from the tips.
More about Bundoora
Bundoora is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 16 km north from Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government areas are the Cities of Banyule, Darebin and Whittlesea. At the 2011 Census, Bundoora had a population of 25,709. Bundoora is the headquarters of La Trobe University, Bundoora Campus. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) also has a campus situated in Bundoora.
More about Banyule
The City of Banyule is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. It has an area of 63 square kilometres (24.3 sq mi) and lies between 7 and 21 km from central Melbourne. At the 2011 Census, Banyule had a population of 118,306. The Yarra River runs along the City’s south border while the west is defined by the Darebin Creek.