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Q: Is there a professional lawncare company in Shanghai?

We found a nice place with a garden, but the grass is in serious need of help!  I see that there are golf courses and some decent lawns around Shanghai, so somebody must know how to maintain grass.  Can anyone point me to a company or gardener that knows how to bring a lawn back to life?

7 years 1 week ago in  Housing - Shanghai

 
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People have lawns in Shanghai?

To be honest, I have not seen a home/house with a lawn yet since I have been in China. I have only seen nice apartment complexes with a shared nice private park/lawn outside that is already cared for.

Great for you, enjoy.

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Pay the kid down the street to do the lawn thats what I did back home indecision

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I never saw any lawns in China. I saw uncut grass in parks and in the country. I have 4 acres of grass at home and I'm going to look at sheep, a cow or pony, but then I'd have to ship it off or feed it for the winter. Its too much lawn and if I don't keep it cut then its full of mice and snakes and mosquitoes, guess thats why we do keep lawns cut. The Chinese could hunt in my lawn.

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