The council said it ran a "garden-assistance scheme" that involved maintenance visits to housing properties with garden areas of various sizes.
Jobs would include cutting grass, digging and weed killing of fallow strips and borders and trimming hedges.
Just over 7,300 gardens are looked after under the garden assistance scheme.
"The maintenance will be undertaken at regular intervals, around every three weeks from March to October, and will take place in properties rented from the council, other landlords and owner-occupiers," said the authority.
Contact Joe Keen at North Lanarkshire by 8 November.