Throughout the Twin Cities, Southview Design landscaping customers are enthusiastic about referring us to friends, neighbors, and family.
We're serious about backyard swimming pool design and installations.
As one of the fastest-growing landscape design firms in the country, there are always employment opportunities at Southview Design.
From the initial meeting to the final walk through, our process is design to deliver a positive experience every time.
Every year, Tiger Oak Media asks their readers who is the best in your city. From pubs and restaurants, to dentists and optometrists, and even – you guessed it – landscape designers, businesses are ranked and rewarded for the work they do all year long.
There are 4 simple rules to vote:
Depending on what city you live in, you will vote in a different survey. The three areas we are competing in for the title of "Best Landscape Designer" are the Southwest Metro, Lake Minnetonka, and Edina.
This award-winning backyard patio design uses functional design principles to create the perfect outdoor living room.
Great creativity and communication.
~ Jane KuhnEden Prairie, Minnesota
We excel at tackling complex projects where every detail has to be just right.
The teams work like a well oiled machine. We are going to enter my gardens and the new addition in the Better Home & Gardens contest.
~ Nancy & Martin WellsWayzata, Minnesota
Can you say "Curb Appeal"!? This Edina front entry blends classic and contemporary elements to create the perfect first impression.
This is the third time we have used Southview Design at two different residences. We could not be happier with the quality and beauty of our back yard.
~ The BergesEdina, Minnesota
If you are ready to try something different, these alternatives to sod require less water, less fertilizer, and less effort to maintain.
A client with a serious and very frustrating water problem asks Southview for help!
Thunderstorms can happen in any season, but June is usually the most active month. They can form in less than 30 minutes and last for hours. Typically, though, a thunderstorm lasts approximately 30 minutes and, on average, is roughly 15 miles wide.