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Useful Gardening Hacks for Your St. Louis Property

Gardening doesn’t have to be complicated. This spring, embrace your inner green thumb by introducing a few simple gardening hacks that are easy to learn and remember throughout the growing season.

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Fresh Ideas for Your Outdoor Living Space!

With spring right around the corner, what better way to get ready for warmer days and outdoor entertaining fun than by planning your outdoor living space? Whether you have an expansive yard or a tiny backyard area to work with, you can bring outdoor style to your home.

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Autumn Lawn Care Tips

Besides enjoying pumpkin-spiced everything and thinking about what you’ll be for Halloween this year, fall is a great time to give your lawn an extra boost to make it through the upcoming winter months.

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Get Your Yard Ready For Fall!

Summer ’16 in St. Louis is coming to an end, and it’s time to start preparing your plants for the cooler temperatures that are on the way. While fall isn’t exactly the most exciting time of year for gardeners, there are still exciting things to be done in your own home garden!

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The Best Native Plants and Pollinators for 2016

Native plants and pollinators make great additions to any landscape. 

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Special Offer: 15% Off New Landscape Projects!

Quiet Village is excited to announce that for a limited time, we’re offering special discounted pricing on any new landscaping or hardscaping project that starts before February 15, 2016!

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Mild Winter Weather Alert!

The weather outside is…. delightful!

The holidays are just around the corner, but that isn’t bringing our usual winter chill to St. Louis. Take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather by getting a jump-start on your landscape’s maintenance.

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Happening Now – St. Louis Fall Leaf Clean-up

Autumn is here, which means pumpkin spiced-everything and the naturally beautiful shades of orange, red, yellow and browns to come through in our plantings and trees. It’s also a great time to enjoy cooler temps in your own backyard.

fall leavesYour preparations should start now, by getting scheduled for our professional-level fall services:

Quiet Village Landscaping will meet your lawn maintenance needs this fall.  We offer competitive rates for leaf removal and fall cleanup services for your St. Louis yard.  Our professionals use specialized equipment, such as portable leaf vacuum systems, to remove leaves and twigs from garden beds and turf efficiently and effectively, leaving your yard looking good. Save yourself some time and backache this fall and look to the experts!

To give your lawn the best care, we recommend scheduling a leaf cleanup three times this fall: once in early autumn, again before Thanksgiving, and once more before Christmas.  This helps your grass breathe easy and gets your St. Louis yard into shape for holiday gatherings.  Don’t let leaf-clutter prevent you from enjoying the beauty of the changing seasons.  Give us a call today to set up a free estimate for your yard!

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QVL Field Trip! Work & Play at Missouri Botanical Garden

On July 1st, Quiet Village Landscaping employees had an informative, fun – and very wet field trip to Missouri Botanical Garden and nearby Tower Grove Park. Our talented and knowledgeable landscape designer, Rebecca Eisele, led a tour through parts of the garden to point out proper installation, maintenance, and pruning techniques to ensure that our staff is well informed about best management practices.

An inspirational tour through the Japanese Garden focused on the precision of maintaining straight pruning lines and balanced design forms. By examining expertly trimmed Japanese Maples, Rebecca was able to show how pruning techniques can achieve an open, graceful look with selective pruning – carefully removing individual branches to keep the plant’s natural form. The group also observed various evergreens and learned how properly timed shearing allows new growth to come in and disguise cuts while also providing time for cuts to heal before the stress of winter.

The tour moved on to the Blanke Boxwood Garden to see the proper shaping of boxwood hedges with the base being wider than the top, allowing sunlight to reach the entire plant, resulting in a fuller shrub. At this point, the skies opened up and our tour came to an abrupt end. The concert scheduled for the evening, as part of the Whitaker Music Festival, was cancelled, so the team wrapped up and headed to a covered pavilion in Tower Grove Park to enjoy our picnic. We had a nice bonding moment, huddled under the pavilion, watching the intense lightning and storm encompassing us, while eating smoked pulled pork sandwiches and savory sides.

While the St. Louis wet weather put a damper on things (pun intended), we had such a positive reaction from our team, that we are making this an annual team-building event.

Check out the photos from our inspirational tour below!

Quiet Village Landscape Crew

The Quiet Village Team!

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Rebecca leads us through unique grass varieties.

Missouri Botanical Garden is such an inspiration to our team!

Missouri Botanical Garden is such an inspiration to our team!

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Our team capturing inspirational shots.

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Strolling around the Missouri Botanical Garden grounds.

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Dodging the heavy rain! It’s time to pack up, and head to Tower Grove Park.

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Enjoying our picnic under the beautiful historic pavilion in Tower Grove Park.

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The team keeps dry during one of the big St. Louis storms this summer.

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