Here’s how to get rid of invasive honeysuckle!
Most avid gardeners in the St. Louis area know that Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera Maackii), is a problematic invasive species. With increased awareness about this problematic pest plant, we’re sharing some of the best ways any property owner can work to get rid of Bush Honeysuckle.
It’s officially fall, ya’ll!
City Leaf Clean-ups around St. Louis are starting for the 2018 season. So, as your landscape begins to transform from lush green to the stunning fall foliage we get in the Midwest, it’s time to mark your calendar for pick-up dates for your leaf and lawn debris.
Quiet Village Landscaping is thrilled to be recognized in the 2018 Small Business Awards honoring the St. Louis area’s top companies. Winning companies were nominated by readers of St. Louis Small Business Monthly and we appreciate everyone who voted for us!
It’s easy to assume that once a potential buyer sees the inside of your home, they’ll be tempted to give you an offer on the spot. It’s no wonder that countless homeowners spend all their renovation budget on choosing the right paint colors for their rooms and restoring the flooring. However, the truth is that most buyers won’t even bother to come inside your home unless they’re attracted by what they see on the outside first.
Save money in your garden and keep your perennial plants healthy by learning how to divide them yourself properly. Follow our helpful guide to get this fun gardening job done right.
Since 2001, Quiet Village has been providing complete lawn mowing and yard maintenance services in St. Louis. With that experience comes best practices that we follow to ensure your lawn stays well maintained and lush all season long. One of our most frequently asked questions is “When are you coming to mow my yard?”.
The short answer is that we try to maintain a regular schedule of lawn maintenance, but that doesn’t always happen. Here’s why.
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!
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.
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.
Backyard ponds or in-ground water gardens are a great way to add interest to your landscape and help support local wildlife. Garden ponds can also be benificial for growing specific types of plants, flowers, and even creating habitats for fish or amphibians.