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Fuel, fertilizer and wages driving up landscaping costs

By CBC News   

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If you’re looking to get some professional work done on your property this summer, such as having a new garden bed put in or even simple grass cutting, expect to pay more for it.

Fuel prices, a big cost for lawn care and landscaping companies, have almost doubled. Nathan MacDonald of Twins Landscaping in Charlottetown said it doesn’t stop there. CBC News reports. | READ MORE

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