Tag «landscape»

Spring Clean-Up and Mulching

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St. Louis just got hit by another wave of snow, but believe it or not, spring is just around the corner! Whether your passion is outdoor cooking and entertaining, gardening, or just taking in the freshness and tranquility of your private paradise, spring has many pleasures to offer. Few things can compare with breathing in that …

“Project Clear” Offers Small Grants for St. Louis RainScaping

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Great news—the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s initiative “Project Clear” offers small grants to help improve water quality through rainscaping! As MSD announces on their website, they “will invest billions of dollars over a generation in planning, designing, and building community rainscaping projects, system improvements, and an ambitious program of maintenance and repair.” Residents of …

Make Your Outdoors Awesome This Year

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Now is the perfect time to brainstorm. What do you want your yard to be like this year?  What did you love about it last year?  What did you hate about it?   Let your creativity blossom. Grab a pencil and paper and jot down some ideas. Feeling artistic? Sketch them out! Our team of innovative, …

Flourishing Garden

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We recently checked on one of our customers to see how their plant installation has filled out over this past year.  Look what we found! Permeable Paver Patio, Rain Garden and Plant Installation October 2013 September 2014   Watch us install the patio by heading over to our “Watch Us Work” page at http://www.quietvillagelandscaping.com/portfolio/watch-us-work/ Find out more about the …

Q&A with Rebecca

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Rebecca, our landscape designer, responds to some commonly asked questions about landscaping. Q. What’s trending right now in the landscaping world? A. We’re seeing a lot of great trends right now: Sustainable, environmentally friendly landscaping Planting native plants for more sustainable gardens that require fewer resources and that provide sustenance for pollinators such as bees …