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Quiet Village Landscaping Chosen as Finalist for ADA Awards

At Home Magazine / St. Louis Magazine presented the awards and finalists for this year’s Architect & Designer Awards (ADA), a local design competition with over 300 applicants. We attended the awards reception at Windows on Washington last month and are proud to share that we were a finalist in the competing category “Residential Landscape Design” for our landscape design project in Ladue, Missouri.

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Naturescaping: How to Use Native Plants Artfully

Have you ever driven by a home that has clearly embraced native plants with a prairie growing right up to the curb? What was your first thought? As a horticulturist and lover of naturescaping, I am thrilled at the biodiversity and food sources I see. However, as a designer I cringe.

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Lawn Care: How to Care for Your Lawn the RIGHT Way

Lawn care goes beyond just cutting your grass when it gets too long. Mow smarter this year with our expert tips on maintaining a healthy lawn, year round!

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Planting Pollinator Host Plants

This spring, take the next step to protect our beneficial pollinators by planting host plants! Many sustainability-minded folks already know how important Milkweed is to Monarchs. But why is it so important?

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Quiet Village Landscaping Wins “Best of Houzz” for 2018!

We’re proud to share that we’ve been awarded the Best of Houzz 2018 Service Award! This is the third year we’ve received this badge award on Houzz (we received it both in 2017 and 2015) and we’re happy that not only people are finding us on the platform, but they are using our photos, ideabooks and activity to make their dream landscaping projects come to life. 

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2018 Outdoor Living Trends

With just a few more weeks of winter left, we’re looking forward to the newest outdoor living trends for 2018. Our team is thrilled that people are embracing the new-ish idea of outdoor ‘rooms’ now more than ever before!

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Drought Conditions in St. Louis – Plants Need to be Watered

Dry conditions in the St. Louis-area are expected to continue, making it urgently important to take action by thoroughly watering trees and shrubs. This is especially important for newly planted trees or evergreens.

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We’re Hosting a FREE Women’s Self-Defense Class!

Join us for a free, one hour self-defense class led by Mixed Martial Arts Instructor, Daniel Isaac, at Quiet Village Landscaping’s new office. Hit the mat for an hour-long all-levels class (all ages and abilities welcome!) specifically tailored to women.

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Festive Outdoor Décor Ideas for the Holidays

Nothing gets you into the holiday spirit more than festive and fun outdoor décor. Thanksgiving and Christmas are two of the most extravagant holidays for seasonal décor, and there are so many options available to get you into the cheerful spirit of the holiday season. Looking for ideas? Try some of our most eye-catching ideas to cheer up the rest of your year.

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Winter Mulching to Protect Plants

Add fresh mulch this winter for happy plants!

Every winter St. Louis experiences freezing temperatures, which can damage plants.

So, while most of us only think of mulching our yard and plant beds in the spring and summer to keep unwanted weeds at bay and to retain moisture, there are useful reasons to perform winter mulching too.

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