Garden Maintenance Dartmoor, Devon
Beyond Bloom is a garden maintenance company based in Dartmoor, Devon with a holistic approach to producing perfectly manicured gardens, specialising in maintenance, garden clearances, seasonal makeovers, mowing & lawn, Pots & Patios, Garden Advice & Jet Washing.
Our team of horticulturally trained gardeners are professional, punctual & polite.
Beyond Bloom was founded in 2009 by Viennese horticulturist and garden designer Andrea Vytlacil, she has lived in London for 31 years.
During the past 12 years, Andrea has built up an impeccable reputation with her loyal and growing new customer base in Devon.
Andrea is deeply passionate about plants. Her practical advice leads to substantial improvements to the well-being and aesthetic of her customer’s gardens.
Gardens are a resource for wildlife
The majority of ordinary gardens are rich with life, so to reach a symbiosis with nature in the garden is very important to us.
Our team of skilled gardeners are conscientious at all times to ensure the wildlife habitats of your garden are protected, without compromising the timeline and outcome of the project.
We appreciate the opportunity to work with you and happy to discuss the requirements of new clients.
Garden Maintenance Devon
Choose from a wide range of gardening maintenance services
Whatever your gardening needs, we have tailored a wide range of garden maintenance services to tackle them. Located on Dartmoor, just 2 miles from Chagford, we work in a 40-mile radius from Dartmoor, Exeter to North Cornwall. There is no job too big or small for us – choose from the list of gardening services below and get in touch to make your first appointment – it’s that simple!
Are we right for you?
Not a typical garden maintenance company
Beyond Bloom is a small local team of professional and punctual gardeners with a passion – to cultivate our customer’s gardens into inspirational, life-enhancing spaces.
Our horticulturally trained team has a broad knowledge of plants – ensuring the most professional outcome for your garden: and to reach a symbiosis with its nature.
Our gardeners work in harmony with nature in your garden.
We use human power as much as we possibly can, only using quiet lithium power tools when there is no other option.
We avoid the use of artificial pesticides and fertilisers – opting for the natural approach by adding organic materials to the soil to build long-term fertility.
We encourage composting as much as possible, as home-made compost is higher in nutrients than most shop-bought alternatives.
We repurpose as many old items as possible, such as pots and encourage the use of lower energy materials for use in your garden.
As dedicated horticulturalists, we use the best gardening tools available. The majority of our bladed tools are hand-made in Japan, a country noted for their expertise in manufacturing the finest steel razor-sharp blades – resulting in the cleanest possible cut.
Other hand-held tools are made by Austrian coppersmiths, with ultra-fine edges, ideal for precision work and soil cultivation.
Most of our power tools are German-made lithium battery-powered to minimise noise and environmental pollution.
We sterilize tools and boots intermittently throughout the day, to mitigate the spread of disease.
At Beyond Bloom, we endeavour to work closely with our customers, to form a working brief or schedule that suits each gardening need.
For regular customers, we will form a plan to maximise the potential of your garden throughout the seasons, whilst retaining the flexibility to adapt the brief to facilitate any changes or on-the-spot amendments you may wish to make.
If you need us for just a day or two, we will establish your requirements in advance then undertake the brief to the word, within the allocated time.
Our team of gardeners will be happy to offer any related gardening advise at the beginning of each appointment
Rain & Work
Whilst you can count on us to arrive on time for every appointment, the weather is beyond our control!
The good news is our team of intrepid gardeners are not shy of a bit of rain now and then – they’re more than happy to work during light short showers as they are equipped with rainproof clothing to keep them warm and dry.
Our team will not work during persistent and heavy rain, as this causes damage to gardens.
For persistent downpours, we may need to rebook your appointment. Cancelled appointments, due to heavy rain, will be rebooked as soon as possible.
Providing garden maintenance of the highest standard, since 2009
Our intrepid team of professional gardeners across West Devon cultivate each garden to an optimal level.
Here are just a few examples of our work in Dartmoor and surrounding areas
Tooled-up with the best stuff your garden needs!
At Beyond Bloom, we’re serious about horticulture – we use the best gardening tools available, hand-made by artisans throughout the world, including Japan, Austria, Germany and GB.
Frequently Asked Questions
Helpful information you may need before getting in touch
We hope these FAQs answer some of your key questions. Please feel free to contact us here, or use the links below if you need further information rgarding our gardening services.
• A team of two gardeners will attend each booking.
• We equip our gardeners with the highest specification tooling available – designed to undertake each gardening task to the utmost level of horticultural professionalism.
• Tools and shoes are disinfected intermittently during the daily gardening process to mitigate bacterial cross-infection.
• Our team will follow the brief to the word and undertake your requests within the time allocated. For regular appointments, we’ll adapt your brief to facilitate new priorities at the beginning of the session (if required).
• The team will arrive equipped with all necessary PPE to mitigate COVID infection including, face masks, disinfectant & hand sanitiser.
• We require customers to open all relevant doors, so our gardeners can access the garden with minimal contact.
Yes, we’re happy to work on individual projects.
If we finish the job earlier than initially estimated, you will only have to pay for the time we have worked.
If you live in a permit zone, we require you to arrange the relevant parking permit, to enable us to park safely. If you are unable to do this, we will add the cost of parking to your invoice.
Our team may work during light short showers.
They will not work during persistent and heavy rain, as this causes damage to gardens.
Cancelled appointments, due to heavy rain and water-logging, will be rebooked as a priority.
We undertake garden maintenance in West Devon and further afield (subject to request). We sometimes consider special requests to work nationally.
Yes, we have full liability insurance.
“Andrea and Pete have brought our front and back gardens back to life! So refreshing to come home to.Andrea and Pete worked extremely hard in very hot conditions and the result is absolutely amazing! We have had our second visit and the next one is already booked. Great value for money, very professional, knowledgeable and will be our gardeners forever! Highly recommended”
– David, Exeter
“The team at Beyond Bloom have worked miracles in my family garden!
We have used other maintenance companies in the past. Andrea and her skilled gardeners are by far the best – they have extensive knowledge of horticulture, a razor-sharp eye for detail and are very friendly – our garden never looked better, thanks to Andrea and her team of fantastic gardeners!”
– Byron, Exeter
Andrea Vytlacil and her happy Beyond Bloom crew have tended to my garden for the past three years. Andrea is a friendly and enlightened horticulturist with an appreciation for the formal and informal gardens.
She is hard working, thorough, and it is a pleasure to have her look after my garden.
– Sheila, Herne Hill
Andrea designed our garden a few years ago and has been coming back on a monthly basis to maintain it to a very high standard, despite the antics of our dog.
She provides a reliable service and is happy to make changes, such as adding more fruit trees, golden raspberries and strawberries, since our kids love picking fruit.
– Adeline, Streatham Hill
Keeping the garden under control has been transformed for me by Andrea and her team. She tackles any problem with cheerfulness and determination and knows her plants and their natures.
I can highly recommend her work!
– Gwenda & Alan, West Norwood
Make your booking here
Book your first regular appointment and receive a 50% discount
If you need to make a booking or have any questions regarding garden maintenance, or garden design services, please get in touch, and a member of our team will be happy to help.
The latest news and updates from Beyond Bloom Devon
The Beyond Bloom Devon journal will provide up to date news and features relating to gardening interests and more. Check back from time to time to see what’s new – happy reading!
- Devon News
- Gardening Advice
- Gardening News
Staff & Customer Guidance
— All customers must remain in their homes at all times when gardeners are in attendance.
— Gardeners will not enter the customer’s property at any time.
— When gardeners are in attendance, customers will communicate to them from inside their homes via phone. This ensures the elderly and customers with underlying health conditions are completely isolated from the team.
— No refreshments or food to be provided by the customer to our gardeners.
— Any customers displaying flu-like symptoms must not approach our gardeners.
General Hygiene and Housekeeping
— When arriving on-site, all staff members must wash their hands thoroughly with hand disinfectant.
— Protective gloves must be worn when staff arrive and exit the garden
— Door handles and touchable surfaces must be disinfected when staff arrive and exit the garden
— Wash hands with disinfectant at regular periodic intervals throughout the day.
— Avoid all handshakes or physical contact (hugs) with colleagues, customers, delivery drivers or contractors coming on site.
— Avoid touching mouth, nose or eyes.
— Maintain a distance of at least 2m from colleagues, customers, delivery drivers or contractors coming on site.
— Be vigilant always and keep a safe distance from anybody who is sneezing or coughing that includes but not limited to: work colleagues, delivery drivers, contractors working on-site, customers.
— Every tool bag in the company to have a pack of disinfectant wipes.
— Try to avoid leaving the site during working hours but if you do need to leave the site, wash your hands immediately on your return using disinfectant wipes.
— At the end of the working day clean your phone, tools and any other items that have been used throughout the day with disinfectant spray and/or wipes.
— Every tool bag to have a hand disinfectant with clear instructions on usage (to state that person should not touch customers door handles until the disinfectant has been used).
Use of Public Transport
— Public transport to be avoided where possible.
— Wear gloves throughout your entire journey.
— Keep your distance to others where possible.
— Do not touch your face, mouth or nose.
— When arriving on-site, take your gloves off, put them away and wash your hands with hand disinfectant for at least 20 seconds.
— Use hand disinfectant provided where necessary.
Travelling to and from work
— Disinfect Personal/Company vehicle (Dashboard, door handle, steering wheel).
— Beyond Bloom staff must not share a vehicle at any time.
— No smoking in the vehicle.
— Gardeners will not share food and drinks.
— Gardeners will not smoke in the presence of others.
— Each member of staff will be allocated a unisex urinal, to be used discretely, in an appropriate location.
Physical interaction needs to be limited to zero with the following:
— Delivery drivers
— Third-party drivers
External Drivers and Couriers
— Beyond Bloom staff should not have any physical contact with HGV, Container, Palletways and any other heavy-duty delivery drivers and should always maintain a distance of at least 2m from the drivers in the event where interaction is required.
— Beyond Bloom staff should not have any physical contact with courier delivery drivers and should always maintain a distance of at least 2m.
— Avoid all contact whatsoever with Drivers delivering consumable products to any locations. Always maintain a distance of at least 2m from the drivers in the event where interaction is required.
If I feel unwell?
Stay at home if you have Coronavirus Symptoms.
— A High temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back.
— A new, continuous cough – this means you’ve started coughing repeatedly.
Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you’re staying at home.
If you have the above symptoms, stay at home for 14 days.
If you live with other people, they should stay at home for 14 days from the day the first person got symptoms.
For full guidance on what to do should you feel unwell/think that you might have contracted Coronavirus, visit the following NHS website immediately: