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Hope You Had a Great
4th of July Holiday!


We hope everyone had a wonderful and safe 4th of July Holiday!  As the summer heats up, don’t forget to water, water, water!

Now that we are in July and August is approaching, for those of you with reduced mowings, we will begin skipping weeks during July and August.

As always, if you have any special requests, etc., please let us know.  Also, if you are ready to start a new landscaping project, whether it’s an outdoor living space, a new patio, a water or fire feature or want to add outdoor lighting, we are here to help you every step of the way!

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Employee Highlight


​Shannon Whittemore earned her Horticulture degree from Meramec in 2015 and has been working in the industry for more than 10 years. She loves spending time working with clients and turning their yards into beautiful landscapes. She specializes in landscape maintenance, but loves doing designs. Shannon has an amazing daughter (her dog) Leia who is five years old and they do everything together.

Summer is Heating Up


With July comes the heat of the sun and high humidity along with the possible continuation of the rain we have experienced this Spring.   Here are a few beat the heat tips to keep your flowers, shrubs, lawn and gardens looking their best and thriving throughout the summer.

  1. Feed your plants mid-season to keep them healthy and thriving into Fall.
  2. If it hasn’t rained in two days then you should water both in the morning and again in the late afternoon.
  3. Make sure your mulch is not dried out.  Always water mulch after you add it to your gardens.
  4. When mowing, to protect your yard from the heat of the sun, keep the turf about 3” tall.
  5. Pruning dead flowers and leaves from your plants will keep them healthy and green.
  6. If your flowers are drooping – stake and tie them if they become too top heavy.
  7. Let your shrubs and trees take a summer break – don’t do any pruning during the hot months.  Wait until the Fall to shape up your shrubs and trees if you can.



For more detailed information about plant care and watering, please click here for the Timberline Landscapes Plant Care Guide.

If you have any questions about maintaining your plants, please do not hesitate to contact us today at 314-646-0203 or click the button below.

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Hope you had a Great 4th of July! – July, 2019

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