The world is a very strange place right now. So many businesses are closing, and people are staying in their homes as much as possible. In such a crisis, it is natural that many of our normal activities are disrupted. Even the things that you could take care of go to the wayside due to executive dysfunction caused by isolation and anxiety.
But, as different as it may be, life goes on. Your grass will continue to grow. Your shrubs and trees may need to be pruned. If you lost shrubs or trees to the winter months or age, you may need to replace them to maintain the balance of your lawn’s ecosystem. There are many things that need to be addressed in landscaping maintenance throughout the year, and they will still need to be done even though everything seems topsy turvy. Read More