It’s starting to feel a little like Spring! The temperatures are moderating somewhat and while we still have some piles of snow, sunny spots are showing lots of grass. The daffodils and crocuses are starting to poke through the leaves and giving hope of things to come.
With Easter right around the corner, now is a great time to start cleaning up the yard and cleaning up all the debris that has reared its ugly head as the snow melts away. Raking the dry, dead leaves that have accumulated over the winter in your flower beds and mulched areas will help the spring flowers readily bloom. You can also add a little fertilizer to your beds to give them a Spring boost.
With Easter approaching this weekend, now is a great time to thicken up your flower beds with some new crocuses, lilies,tulips, or daffodils. Use them as a great centerpiece on your table for Easter and then plant them outside.
Now is a nice time to enjoy the warming weather before all the summer chores start, such as cutting and trimming the lawn and working in the garden. The days are longer to enjoy and it feels so good after the long, cold winter New England has experienced.
If you are thinking of putting your house on the market, now is the time to do it. Rates are still low and inventory is sparse, so get your house ready and get it on the market. The Spring is here and Summer is fast approaching,so freshen it up and get it listed.
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