Best Landscape Designer, 2021

Vote Southview Design, 2021

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Voting Ends January 31, 2021

Every year, Tiger Oak Media asks its 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.

How to Vote

There are 3 simple rules to vote:

  1. One entry allowed per person per magazine.
  2. Ballots must be completed by 5:00 p.m. on January 31, 2021.
  3. Voters should vote in at least 5 categories to ensure their ballot is counted.

Where to Vote

The two areas we are competing in for the title of "Best Landscape Designer" are Lake Minnetonka and Edina. Readers do not need to live in the area in which they are voting. You may also vote in both magazines, but only once.


Lake Minnetonka backyard plunge pool and hot tub, middle patio with fire, kitchen and dining patio

We excel at tackling complex projects such as "Multi-level Outdoor Living."

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Please note that when voting in the Lake Minnetonka poll, you'll need to write in "Southview Design" next to the "Other" option.

Bluestone patio with easy to care for garden plantings.

A 2020 award-winning backyard with a regraded lawn and a modern, simple and symmetric patio and garden.

"This project is clean, simple, timeless, and classy. I like it. The use of stone materials is nice. The way the yard was transformed to be more usable and fit the needs of the family are excellent. Especially how the yard was re-leveled with the retaining wall to make a usable space."
~ Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association Judge

Thank you!

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