2023 Landscape Design Trends | Minnesota

TRENDING: Backyard Kitchens & Edible Gardens

A Backyard Culinary Oasis

More homeowners are asking for space to grow tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, beans, and a variety of fruits. How great to cut fresh herbs for one of your kitchen masterpieces or make a fantastic salsa with peppers from your own garden?

For many homeowners, incorporating a kitchen and vegetable garden into your backyard landscape offers a multitude of advantages. Firstly, it transforms your outdoor space into a functional and enjoyable extension of your home, ideal for cooking and dining alfresco. Secondly, having your own vegetable garden not only promotes a healthier lifestyle but also allows you to enjoy the freshness and flavor of homegrown produce. Moreover, it provides an opportunity for family bonding and educational experiences for children. Ultimately, these additions not only enhance your property's aesthetics but also contribute to sustainable living while fostering a deeper connection to nature and a more self-sufficient lifestyle.

This client wanted a dedicated space to grow veggies and herbs. To maintain aesthetics, a solid structure and strong skeleton plants were designed to keep the naturally loose style of vegetables and herbs from becoming a jumble.

Short on garden space? Vertical herb gardens are a practical solution for cultivating your favorite herbs right in your own backyard.

From garden to plate – our clients enjoy the convenience of a complete backyard vegetable and herb garden, seamlessly integrated with a well-equipped kitchen.

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Plan and Build in the Fall

Avoid Permit Delays

Larger, more complex landscapes take time to design and acquire permits to build. Meet with a designer or landscape architect this fall! Be ready to build early in the spring. Don't waste your precious summer waiting for a permit.

Savor Autumn

Smaller, less complex projects (like a garden, patio or paver driveway) can be planned and built in just a few weeks, not months. So why wait for spring? You can be sitting by the fire or firing up the grill before you know it!

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