September 29, 2018
Mr. Mathew Tennyson
Human Resources Manager
True Farms Landscaping Solutions
294 North Highway
Bowling Green, KY 55547
Dear Mr. Tennyson:
I am writing to express my interest in and enthusiasm for the Assistant Landscaper position posted on indeed.com.
The great outdoors has been my way of life for the last 4 years that I have worked in different landscaping capacities. This experience has taught me a lot in terms of handling large-scale landscaping work, on business and residential properties, and the countryside. I am sure that once I am made part of your organization, I will be able to provide you with the best in terms of handling your clients’ landscaping needs.
Analyzing property layouts, and working with property owners to develop project plans, is something that I am well-versed in. Comprehension of which plants grow best in shade and sunlight, and in different locations is also my strong point. As far as specific skills are concerned, I am an expert in caring for established lawns by performing aerating, mulching, and weeding activities, and can effectively mix spray and spread fertilizers to ward off the dangers of disease and pests. Mowing and edging grounds, and planting seeds, bulbs, foliage, flowers, and grass in an aesthetic manner is something that I possess exceptional skills in.
I will be able to highlight my skills in an assistant landscaper role in a more profound manner, in a face to face meeting with you. I will call you next week to set up one and can be contacted at (000) 777-7777 if needed.
Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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