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Gutter Cleaning: Navigating the Essentials

Gutter Cleaning: Navigating the Essentials

In the diverse and ever-changing climate around Australia, gutter cleaning emerges as a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of home maintenance. It's not only about tidiness; it’s about the longevity of your home.  When gutters are clogged, water backup and overflow...

Post-holiday garden care tips

Post-holiday garden care tips

This time of the year marks the end of holidays, and our return to routine life. The weeks of festivities and vacation may have caused a few things to take a back seat, like taking care of your garden. Here are a few easy tips if your garden is looking drab after the...

Tis the season of Garden Cleanup

Tis the season of Garden Cleanup

Summer is here at last, and Christmas is just round the corner! This calls for celebrations and barbecue parties, and you definitely want your garden to look its best.Also, our Australian summers are notorious for bringing snakes, pests, insects etc. to your garden....

Deal with long grass the right way

Deal with long grass the right way

An overgrown garden is a menace that becomes a disaster if not taken care of in time. The downpouring of rain can cause the grass in your garden to grow faster than usual. An overgrown garden is not only unsightly but can also make your entire property look...

Turn your love for gardening into a thriving business

Turn your love for gardening into a thriving business

Gardening is one of those very few activities that are good for your overall well-being and can also be very lucrative as a business. What’s best is you can start your own business whenever you want and within your own neighbourhood! If you are still on the fence...

Cure Plant Fungal Problems with Baking Soda Spray

Cure Plant Fungal Problems with Baking Soda Spray

Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is an effective and inexpensive antifungal agent that is readily available at a supermarket. It is an organic and eco-friendly remedy for black spots and fungal diseases such as powdery mildew. Fungus can quickly damage plants and...

Time to prune the roses!

Time to prune the roses!

Roses are a fantastic addition to your garden. The scented bloom along with a dash of bright colours make them desirable. In Australia, the beginning of August is the perfect time to prune when the roses are about to bloom. You might wonder, why bother with pruning at...

Expert tomato growing tips for tomato-lovers

Expert tomato growing tips for tomato-lovers

Many snacks and dishes become more delicious when you add some tomatoes to them. Slice them into salads or use tomato sauce as a dip – tomatoes make everything better. With the cost of tomatoes constantly on the increase, growing them in your garden could be a great...

Grow vegetables like a pro this winter

Grow vegetables like a pro this winter

The joy of growing your food is perhaps one of the best things in the world! It is loaded with health benefits and you get to decide what pesticide or fertilizer to use. It’s not only more nutritious but you also end up saving lots of money. Winter in Australia is...

Top 5 flowers to plant in Autumn

Top 5 flowers to plant in Autumn

Autumn is the best time to plant flowers in your garden. Planting during this season gives the flowers enough time to grow and get their roots to penetrate deep into the soil. Here are the top five flowers that can be planted in autumn. 1) Alyssum Alyssum is a...

Make your garden Autumn-ready

Make your garden Autumn-ready

Autumn is the season when every corner in Australia looks like a snapshot out of a postcard. There’s no reason why your garden shouldn’t take advantage of the pleasant weather and look its best. Below is a list of things you can do to get your garden ready for Autumn....

5 ways your lawn helps protect our planet

5 ways your lawn helps protect our planet

A well-maintained lawn benefits your garden with lush growth, pest control, and of course a pleasing appearance. But it can also be beneficial for the planet! Here’s how: 1. Better air quality 50 square feet of a healthy lawn can provide enough oxygen for a family of...

The Australian Summer Checklist

The Australian Summer Checklist

For some, their garden is a thing of pride and joy. From flaunting it to friends and family to uploading gorgeous pictures of the latest bloom, they love their garden. To keep your garden looking beautiful during this hot, Australian summer, here’s a list of things...

Judicious Gardening for January

Judicious Gardening for January

As the mercury soars, and everything grows, it might seem that there’s not much doing in the garden. Here are some handy hints to help your garden stay lush and healthy through the hottest weather of the year. Water Smart Two to three deep drinks a week, early in the...

From Dreary to Dazzling: Transforming December Gardens

From Dreary to Dazzling: Transforming December Gardens

Hot weather, combined with the rush and bustle of December can take a toll on your garden. Just a little attention can go a long way, though, in helping your garden to stay a refreshing, green retreat, instead of turning into a scraggly eyesore through the holidays....

Gardening for Outdoorsy October

Gardening for Outdoorsy October

Sunny days and mild evenings tempt you to spend every waking minute outdoors in October! So much needs doing in the garden, though, that it can be a bit overwhelming… see the handy hints below. Why not get some of the hard yakka off your hands, so you can enjoy the...

Springtime Gardens, Come September

Springtime Gardens, Come September

Scented air and satin petals in shades of cream and pink stun your senses, as the garden fills with almond, cherry and plum blossoms. Even as you enjoy budding, blooming spring, you know there’s much to do. So here are a few useful hints on must-dos to keep that...

Winter’s End: August Garden Glories

Winter’s End: August Garden Glories

Winter is on its way out. While you keep a watchful eye out for old Jack Frost, though, there’s no reason not to enjoy the glories of a winter garden. Delight in the two absolute queens of winter this month – camellias and magnolias. Winter blooming cultivars like...

Pruning Sprees, Bare Root Trees: Busy July Gardens

Pruning Sprees, Bare Root Trees: Busy July Gardens

If you’re an old hand, you know there’s no calling it a day in the garden, just because it’s mid-winter. Here are some quick reminders of top to-dos for July. See anything you haven’t gotten around to yet? No worries, just call and have your friendly neighbourhood Top...

June Gardens: Of Frosts and Frosties

June Gardens: Of Frosts and Frosties

With the weather turned nippy, it’s tempting to just snuggle under that doona. That’s why our list of June gardening do’s is geared to get you out and about, working up some warmth while you give your garden timely TLC (or you could stay warm under the doona and...

Gardening for the Mildness of May

Gardening for the Mildness of May

Balmy days and crisp nights make May a busy time for Melbourne gardeners. There’s a lot to do, so here are our recommendations. Mulch, mulch, everywhere... Nothing can prep your garden for spring better than a generous layer of mulch. After a good watering, lay down...

Autumn Gardening

Autumn Gardening

With the weather a little cooler and the sun still warm, the garden is an ideal place to be in, so autumn-clean and tidy up. Spend some time on your borders and hedges, remove weeds, which thrive in the ideal conditions of autumn, and clear your garden. Fertilising in...

Simple Guide for Summer Gardening in Australia

Simple Guide for Summer Gardening in Australia

As the days get longer and the nights shorter and as you labour under the scorching sweltering Australian sun, you’ll soon find you may not be able to complete all your gardening tasks as quickly as you hoped! To keep your garden looking top-notch in summer, there are...

Creating an Edible Garden for Spring and Summer

Creating an Edible Garden for Spring and Summer

As we head towards the end of Winter and towards Spring and Summer, its time to think about planting. In August, the sky is still often overcast and the garden soil quite damp and dark which does not make it ideal for planting. However, now is the right time to plan...

Winter Lawn Maintenance and Care – Tips

Winter Lawn Maintenance and Care – Tips

Gardens are dynamic, forever evolving and always-growing! They are a thoroughly essential part of a property’s overall aesthetic appearance. Hence how you care for your garden in summer and autumn are not the same as winter and spring. Each season has its own...

Pruning in Winter

Pruning in Winter

July in Australia is deep winter – a time of the year when your landscape becomes quite stark, much less complex and with gardening activity slowed down to almost a crawl. Often, at this time, due to rain in the previous month, the soil can become quite wet, cold and...

Benefit Of Getting Your Lawns Cut Regularly

Benefit Of Getting Your Lawns Cut Regularly

We can’t wait to show you what we’ve done! Top Cut Lawn Mowing Frankston has your needs covered no matter what they might be. We have taken large areas and transformed them into a place where neighbourhood kids could actually play and have made the area safer, and...

Don’t Let This Happen To Your Garden!

Don’t Let This Happen To Your Garden!

Here at Top Cut Lawn Mowing, we know firsthand how busy people’s lives can get. We understand that the last thing you want to do when you come home from work is hard labour in your garden- especially if you’re in a rented property and the garden isn’t even yours. You...

Get your block of land cleared today!

Get your block of land cleared today!

Top Cut Lawn Mowing has been in the gardening industry for over 20 years and are focused on our mission of doing a top job with your garden, proudly making us the specialists in regular lawn mowing services, hedge trimming, slashing overgrown grass, trimming of small...

Have a Job for a Lifetime

Have a Job for a Lifetime

How many people would kill to have their own business? People constantly complain about their commute, their boss and working for a company that doesn’t appreciate them. You can change all this. How would you like to be your own boss – make your own hours – and work...