We’ve been prepping our equipment and we are ready to GO! Daylight saving time added that precious hour of “man-made” daylight but this period around the vernal equinox, (the first day of spring), is the time of year when the increase in daylight minutes is growing the fastest. Longer days mean things will be warming up as the sun begins rising higher, setting later, and affording us more time to spend outdoors doing the things we enjoy the most. In our case, the waiting is over. It’s time to watch the rebirth and transformation of our clients’ properties from the stillness of winter to the liveliness and lushness of spring because we know that’s when the real work will start for us.
This is what we do. We are committed to our passion of the outdoors, understand the importance of our industry, and want all of our clients to admire and delight in their properties as much as we do! We also want you to enjoy it all with minimal worry, and our Estate Management Division ensures that all the aspects of your property maintenance are handled so you don’t need to juggle separate vendors or have strangers on your property. Give us a call or speak with your landscape consultant if you are interested in any additional services so you can make the most of all those magnificent daylight hours!
“If we had no winter the spring would not be so pleasant” – Anne Bradstreet
Our staff are decorating eggs at home and we’ll have A DOZEN EGGS on our lawn for the egg hunt!
Check our Facebook page to see each individual egg and vote for your favorite staff-decorated egg Friday, March 26!
SAVE THE DATE!
Last year, in honor of Earth Day, we sponsored a VIRTUAL TOWN-WIDE LITTER PICK UP and cleaned over a thousand individual pieces of trash from our lovely town roads.
Since we had so much fun, we’re doing it again for 2021!
The date will be SATURDAY, APRIL 24 – stay tuned for more details!
The earliest possible date Easter can fall on is March 22.
The last time that happened was 1818 and it will not happen again until 2285.