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For shade and shelter. An arbor, pergola, pool house, or trellis will add functionality and interest to your landscape design.
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Like the construction industry, landscaping has long been a man’s world. That reality may be starting to change.
This is not our first summer heat wave and I am sure it won't be the last. Our plants and trees suffer right along with us in the heat. Here are a few things to look for and a couple of tips to help your landscape through this heat.
Janet says, "Why would we want a cabin?" and Paul added, "This has been our getaway." The couple spends mornings in the front yard with coffee and a newspaper and will often enjoy a beer by the fire in the evening.
Natural Stone and Paver Patios Give Plenty of Space for Entertaining
This Apple Valley project won a 2012 Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association award. When the designer first saw the home, he knew he had his work cut out for him. The outside space was a disaster with a back deck and the small slab patio underneath.
There were a few other issues: Trees and shrubs engulfed the front of the home, making it dark and uninviting. The back yard was sliding downhill and away from the home. Steep grade along the sides of the home made any kind of landscaping impossible. No access from front to the back patio other than through the house.
Pergola and Paver Patio Provide a Space for Morning Coffee with Neighbors and Friends
Lighting Creates a More Inviting Atmosphere
When the Party is in the Back, Get There in No Time Using Sideyard Steps
Lighting Creates Some Perspective and Provides a Safe, Secure Path to the Back Yard
This Apple Valley project won top honors in 2012 from the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association for transforming a steep and useless backyard into an "amazing" outdoor living space.
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A Boulder Wall at the Base of the Hill Was Just a Start in Creating a Level Space
Chilton Flagstone and Steps Create Walkways to Different Levels
Transitioning from the Woods/Natural Stone to Modular Block/Pavers Near the House
Evening Fires are a Regular Occurrence
Tiki Torches, Brightly-Colored Flowers and Lights Make this a Festive Spot
Upper Level Paver Patio Provides Even More Space to Entertain!
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When the Builders Association of the Twin Cities and KARE 11 partnered to renovate the KARE 11 Backyard, Southview Design answered the call.
Award-winning landscape design in North Oaks. Relaxed outdoor living spaces with fire table, hot tub, and Bluestone hardscaping.
Side yard landscape design for classic Edina home with New York Bluestone patio, Chilton stone walls, and custom-designed white arbor.