Category «Event»

QVL Field Trip! Work & Play at Missouri Botanical Garden

Missouri Botanical Garden landscaping st. louis missouri

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 …

Pruning Class at Missouri Botanical Garden

Some of our teammates with Benjamin Chu after his pruning class at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Several of our teammates had the privilege of attending a pruning class this month at the Missouri Botanical Garden taught by Benjamin Chu.  Chu is the Horticultural Supervisor at the Missouri Botanical Garden, having been a part of their family for almost three decades. Chu provided an overview on how pruning is used to control plant size …

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


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 …

Rebecca Elected as Hort Co-Op Representative

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Congratulations to Rebecca Eisele–our landscape designer–on being elected as the Horticultural Co-Op Representative for the Landscape and Nursery Association of Greater St. Louis (LNAGSL)! I (Rachel, Marketing Manager) had the pleasure of interviewing Rebecca on this milestone.  Interview follows:   Rachel: Can you tell me a little about the Landscape and Nursery Association of Greater St. Louis …

Forest Park Landscaping: Honeysuckle Removal

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On Friday, November 14th, Quiet Village Landscaping Co. volunteered with St. Louis’ Forest Park Forever Nature Reserve staff and Park Ecologist Peter VanLinn III to clear away invasive plants and trees.  Despite the 34-degree weather, we removed honeysuckles, mulberries and other invasive species from a large plot of land in-between the Highlands golf course and Jefferson Lake. …

Quiet Village Receives PLANET Safety Award

Quiet Village Receives PLANET Safety Award

At Quiet Village Landscaping, we care greatly about our team and their wellbeing.  Therefore, we are proud to announce that the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) just awarded us their Safety Recognition Award!   The Safety Recognition Awards Program reflects PLANET’s dedication to creating and maintaining safe work environments in the green industry and is designed …

Paintball Tournament

teammates at Quiet Village Landscaping paintball tournament

  Quiet Village Paintball Tournament 2014!  Check out our Facebook album for more photos of our epic battle. P.S. I’m pretty sure that yellow team won… 🙂 P.P.S. Yes, the previous line is a great example of a misuse of power.  Here’s hoping Dennis doesn’t see that part.