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The days are slowly growing longer as we say goodbye to one year and welcome the next. In the spirit of the season, we’re sharing our landscaping resolutions for 2021.
Follow the University of Minnesota Extension’s lawn care calendar for a healthy carpet of grass.
Applying mulch in the spring helps control weeds. When the weather turns warm, a blanket of mulch will help keep moisture in.
Spend summers floating in your backyard. We’re serious about swimming pool design
Landscape upkeep and maintenance can turn into a time consuming chore. Install a low maintenance landscape and say good-bye to mowing the lawn. Low-maintenance design ideas
First impressions are everything. If you are planning on selling your home, a little curb appeal won’t hurt. Not planning to move anytime soon? A put together front entry is a necessity for welcoming guests. First impressions and focal points
Enjoy big tastes off the grill and dining al fresco with an outdoor kitchen and dining patio. Learn about outdoor kitchens
After a long winter, at the first sign of patio season our phones start to ring. Be prepared to seize the day and start your project ahead of the crowd, schedule a consultation with a landscape designer today.
Whether we’re playing backyard games or swapping stories around the fire, there is no substitute for spending quality time with the people we love. We are all looking forward to gathering together with friends when it is safe to do so!
Your perfect outdoor living space begins with a simple conversation. Let’s talk about your landscaping project!
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Not all landscape projects are design/build construction. Smaller landscape upgrades that improve the aesthetics and health of a residential or commercial property are called enhancements. Meet the enhancements team.
As homeowner’s begin the vetting process, they may notice that there are two primary classifications of landscape design professionals, ‘Landscape Architects’ and ‘Landscape Designers”. This observation often pegs the questions, “What’s the difference?” and “Which is the right fit for my project?”.
The front entry is the gateway to your home. It should welcome guests or be a comfortable place to pause before saying good night. Over the years, Southview has installed hundreds of front yard living spaces. From charming front porches, to cobbled walkways and even front yard Zen gardens.