Mud season, with all of its car-tire-sucking challenges, is here. During this thankfully briefest of seasons, the extra sunlight has us itching to get outdoors, but the late-season March cold-snap (which made of a lot of us angry) has kept us inside. This continued hibernation has the potential to make us forget about our trees and make a run for warmer climates.
You should do it! We all need a little sunshine in our lives at this time of the year. But first, it would be good to visit your property and think about what your trees need. Everyone calls us after it warms up and we get so back-logged it’s hard to make everyone happy. Why not call now and plan ahead?
Trees will be growing fast in Vermont again, and someone needs to trim the lion’s mane. So, before you head out on your well-deserved vacation, give us a call or email and let’s make plans.
Also, it’s at this time of year that we generally prune many of your fruit trees in preparation for summer. If you’ve already signed up, we’ll be there shortly. For those of you that have not, let’s talk very soon and get you on the schedule.