Southview Design is a Minneapolis & St.Paul area landscape design-build company with a hard-earned reputation for excellence in design, architecture, construction, landscape care, and client service. 

Commercial Landscape Management

Management and maintenance for demanding property owners and managers.

Residential Landscape Design-Build

Inspiring landscapes created for unique people and families.

Our Process

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Minneapolis & St. Paul Landscaping Services

Landscaping Services

Outdoor Rooms

Live outdoors with comfort and ease. Backyard living rooms, outdoor kitchens, patios, decks, and more.

Fire Features

Fire brings people together. Landscape designs featuring fire pits, fireplaces, and fire tables.

Front Entry Design

Enhance the curb appeal of your front entry with gardens, lighting, and walls that fit the architecture of your home.

Patios

Patios of natural stone, classic brick, and concrete pavers with industry-leading warranty.

Landscape Structures

For shade and shelter. An arbor, pergola, pool house, or trellis will add functionality and interest to your landscape design.

Sustainable Landscaping

Southview Design is committed to healthy and sustainable landscaping practices.

Paver Driveways

Paver driveways add style and function to any landscape. Industry-leading warranty.

Swimming Pools and Spas

We're serious about backyard swimming pool design and installations.

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Our Design-Build Process

MN LANDSCAPE DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS

Award-Winning Landscape Designs

Award-Winning Small Yard

Minneapolis backyard landscaping includes a dining area, water feature, sunning patio, night lighting, and edible garden without feeling cramped.

No-Mow Forest Backyard

This backyard blends modern and natural elements together to create a low-maintenance outdoor living space with a plunge pool, terraced patios, a fire table, water feature, and a outdoor great room.

Backyard National Forest

Steep slope transformed into a backyard inspired by nature. More than a patio! This design includes a backyard waterfall, stream, fire circle, and fly-fishing pond.

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COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE

Commercial Services

Maintenance and Management

Communication is our specialty. Professionals with degrees in landscape management and horticulture oversee highly trained maintenance crews.

Commercial Landscape Design and Construction

We provide commercial landscape design, landscape architecture, and construction services to demanding commercial property owners and managers.

Water Management and Conservation

In addition to spring start-ups and fall winterizations, our commercial irrigation specialists will inspect and audit your system to identify opportunities to reduce costs and conserve water.

Snow and Ice Management

Prompt service keeps your property safe, even in the worst storms.

LEARN FROM THE LANDSCAPE EXPERTS

FEATURED BLOG POSTS

Nine Flower Bulbs For Minnesota Gardens

Here are nine, gorgeous spring perennials that you can plant every weekend until Halloween.

How to Plant Flower Bulbs in Minnesota

Step-by-step guide to planting fall flower bulbs in Minnesota. Once planted, most bulbs need little maintenance and will reward you with a show of color every spring.

Fertilize Your Lawn in the Fall

Fertilizing can be done at any time of the year, but experts agree that the best time for this chore is in the fall.

FALL LANDSCAPING IS BETTER FOR PEOPLE AND PLANTS

Transplanted trees and flowers fare better without the summer heat. Mild weather in September and October gives plants and trees a chance to grow without the stresses of summer. Worried about cold and frost? While below freezing temps are daunting to us humans, for plants winter is generally a benign season.

The same weather that's great for plants is good for people too – our crews can work more efficiently with less heat and humidity.

The best part of fall landscaping? When spring comes next year you'll be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor without skipping a beat.