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Take a moment to enjoy fall’s beauty and bounty. Take it all in. Breathe deeply. Then start planning for next season’s gardens. As the daylight grows shorter and temperatures cool, our landscapes turn rich colors of amber and auburn indicating the oncoming winter months. Take this indication of the changing seasons to settle your garden for winter.
Fall is the perfect time to plant as well as prepare your lawn for the winter season. Southview Design Landscape Architect, Tom Kerby, outlines how best to prepare for winter and what you can do now to prepare for spring. Check it out!
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2,400 square foot single family home in Roseville MN is net-zero, and then some... The home produces its own energy, with enough leftover to power two electric cars. Sustainable landscaping by Southview Design.
An interview with President Chris Clifton on what makes Southview Design thrive.