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Going Green for Earth Day

Link to April 2016 Newsletter


5 Ways to Go Green in Your Garden for Earth Day

Creating a more eco-friendly garden is easy. Try these simple ideas for celebrating Earth Day by creating a more sustainable yard.

1. Plant a tree. Trees help purify the air, give wildlife a home, and provide shade from the hot summer sun.

2. Start a compost pile. Composting takes your kitchen scraps and converts them to nutrient-rich food for your soil. You’ll add less trash to the landfill and make your plants happy in the process.

3. Water smartly. Give your garden a drink during the coolest part of the day, so more water has a chance to seep into the ground before it evaporates…and you will save water over the long run.

Tip Tricks

4. Reduce the grass in your lawn. Non-grass lawns can be made up of easy-care ground cover plants, wildflowers, stone, pavers and/or other materials. The result? Less work, less watering needed, and less mowing.

5.Try using organic seeds. Planting organic seeds is another simple way to start your garden on eco-friendly footing.

What small step will you take toward a greener garden and earth this spring?

Let Timberline help “Green-up” your lawn today, give us a call at 314-646-0203 or visit us online www.timberlinelandscapes.com.


Watering Reminder


We have had a drier than normal Spring this year in the St Louis area. Currently we are about 5” below normal for precipitation dating back to January 1st:http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/validProds.php?prod=CLI&node=KLSX

So don’t forget to water!!


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Google Review on Timberline Landscapes


St Louis Earth Day Festival


Saturday, April 23, 2016 4-7 pm Sunday, April 24, 2016 10 am-6 pm @ Forest Park

What do you have planned for Earth Day?

Check out the list of events and fun FREE stuff going on this weekend by visiting:


Free & open to the public
Family & dog friendly
Rain or shine!

April 2016 – Going Green for Earth Day

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