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Hello Sunshine!

Now that the weather has started to warm up and the early Spring flowers are blooming, this is the perfect time to plan how to spend those long summer days in your outdoor living space.    Whether cleaning out the old and getting ready for the new or preparing to add something special this Spring, now is the time.

Our team is anxious to answer any questions you may have about spring plantings, landscaping designs and all your outdoor landscaping and hardscaping projects.  Let Timberline Landscapes bring your landscaping dreams to life.


Give us a call at 314-646-0203 or visit timberlinelandscapes.com.

Timberline Team Spotlight


                  Katie Pfotenhauer joined the Timberline Landscapes team in January of 2018 bringing her years of experience in both Business Development and Marketing to the team.  Katie, along with her husband Brian, are both committed to delivering exceptional service to their Timberline Landscapes customers.   She enjoys spending time with her family cooking, traveling, hiking and other outdoor activities.  

St. Louis Earth Day Festival

Check out the list of events and fun stuff going on at the 30th Anniversary of the St. Louis Earth Day Festival the weekend of April 27th & 28th by visiting:   https://earthday-365.org/festival/

The first Earth Day celebration was in 1970.  Earth Day is now celebrate in more than 193 countires and events are held to show support for environmental protection.  

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


30th Anniversary
St. Louis Earth Day Festival
April 27-28, 2019
Forest Park on the Muny grounds
11 am to 5 pm daily

Here are some 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.

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.

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

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Hello Sunshine! – April, 2019

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