Don’t wait until it’s too late; check out this list of things you need to know before you start your 2017 spring gardening season!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and regardless of whether you love it, hate it, or couldn’t care less about Valentine’s Day, it’s still a day to celebrate someone you care about. Plus, this year, we could all do with a little extra love in the air.
Many of us have put our health at the top of our New Year’s resolution list. We want to be active and eat healthier. A great way to work toward both of these resolutions is by having Quiet Village Landscaping design, install, and maintain an edible garden to keep your healthier resolution going strong through this spring and beyond!
Some of the most colorful and easy-care indoor plants thrive in low-light conditions. Use them to add color and life to every room in your home! Check out our top picks for darker rooms and stuffy offices.
Now that we’ve celebrated Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday, and #GivingTuesday, it’s time to wrap up 2016 with festive outdoor holiday decor! Your front entrance and porch should be welcoming and is a great place to showcase your family’s unique personality. Our outdoor experts design custom-created outdoor holiday displays, and have put together some festive porch decoration ideas that you can easily do yourself.
Oftentimes as fall turns leaves vibrant shades of rust, sandstone, and camel, our clients will email or call us, asking about their specific neighborhoods leaf or lawn debris collection schedule.
To help our St. Louis-area lawn care customers access this information easily, we’ve compiled a helpful list showing which municipalities have curbside leaf clean-up, along with their schedules.
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.
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!