I have a real picky client that I got about 3 months ago that has the biggest shrub job that I have encountered thus far. There is a row of azalieas about 100 feet long , 15 wide and 12 high that is completely evergrown with vines and other unwanted trees. In the front are a large amount of 15 foot tall and 40 feet in diameter azalias that I dont even know where to start on plus all the head high bushes around the house. I estimate by myself that it would take me at least 40 hours or more to do them. I am not physically able to tackle a job like this so I talked with our three biggest LCO today about subbing it out and not one would touch it because they were all so far behind. I know what your thinking "opportunity" but not here. The same person who will pay you 35 bucks for a hour yard will not pay 35 for a 6 hour shrub job, go figure. I hate to lose the customer over this being she pays her yard bill quickly. This is just more than I can tackle. I have not even given her a quote yet, will probably make her grab her chest and gasp like so many times Ive seen before. What do you do when you encounter this and cant even get help or sub it out? The first LCO I talked to said he would hire 2 full time guys right now if he could find 2 that knew how to do hedges correct.