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!
We love our pets, especially dogs! And, as a landscaping company we also love our gardens and outdoor living spaces. However, sometimes the two don’t seem to mix quite perfectly. One common complaint we hear from our lawn maintenance customers is that dogs destroy flower beds, tear up lawns and aren’t the gentlest with new plants.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In July, the Quiet Village Landscaping team joined the Landscape & Nursery Association of Greater St. Louis on a behind-the-scenes landscaping and grounds tour of Busch Stadium in Downtown St. Louis.
Summer in St. Louis is in full swing, and many pet owners are getting a glimpse of some of the problems that can be caused by our four-legged friends being active in the backyard – digging, jumping, running (in the same spots!), and yes, even pooping can take their toll on yard areas with grass.