Category «Landscape Maintenance»

Why Is Soil Testing So Important?

soil-testing, important part of landscape maintenance

Have you had trouble maintaining your plants in past years but you never knew why?  Your soil may be the culprit.  Before you plan out your garden this year, it’s critical for you to find out the condition of your soil. Normal soil often lacks one or more essential nutrients such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, …

RainScape Rebate Promotion

RainScape Rain Garden Example

Reduce Runoff while Retaining Cash Landowners in 19 participating municipalities, including residents, schools, churches, and businesses are eligible to take part in the RainScape Rebates Program.  This voluntary program financially assists landowners in the Deer Creek Watershed wishing to landscape their yards to improve stormwater management. Watch this video on how to save money and reduce stormwater runoff …

Light Up Your Holiday Season

light up your landscape for the holidays

10% OFF Holiday Lighting Installation  *New Holiday Lighting Clients Only   Would you like to take some of the stress out of your holidays? Call Quiet Village Landscaping for a free consultation with one of our holiday lighting and decorating experts.  Whether you’re considering going all out this year or just adding a few personal touches, …

Leaf Removal and Fall Cleanup

Leaf removal and fall cleanup service, landscape maintenance

In St. Louis, we love the vibrant colors that our trees display in autumn.  However, we don’t love the back-breaking work of cleaning up fallen leaves, sticks, or—heaven forbid—stickerballs from those Sweet Gum Trees! Quiet Village Landscaping is here to meet your lawn’s needs this fall.  We offer a competitive rate for leaf removal and …

Mulch: A Winter Blanket For Your Plants

landscaping mulch st louis

As the weather gets cooler, mulch your planting beds in order to prepare your landscaping for winter. Mulch keeps the soil a more consistent temperature throughout the winter. Beds without mulch will be subject to the constant thaw and refreezing that occurs over the course of a St. Louis winter, which can cause the water …

It’s Late Summer… Time to Renovate

time to renovate

“Beep-beep-beep, beeeep-beeeep-beeeep, beep-beep-beep.”  You might recognize Morse Code for SOS, but do you recognize your yard’s cry for help?  Perhaps you have noticed large areas of dying grass, or encroaching weeds and unwelcome varieties of grasses attempting to take your lawn by storm. If your lawn looks like a dejected patchwork quilt made of burlap …