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Southview Design Grand Award Winners 2016

From the National Association of Landscape Professionals

Southview Design Grand Award Winners 2016

We are proud to share some great news. Southview Design has won 4 Grand Awards from the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP – formerly PLANET).  The award-winning designers include Matt Burton and Tim Johnson. First project: Matt Burton, designer – Pool and landscape on a point: This project was three years in planning and […]

Fall Gardening Tips

Plus What You Should Do to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

Fall Gardening Tips

The beauty and bounty that is Fall.  There is plenty of color left but there are a few chores to be completed before the cold and snow of winter sets in.  Southview Design Landscape Architect, Tom Kerby, shares what he does every year in his garden in an article for Lavender Magazine. Take a moment […]

Time Just Flew By…in the KARE 11 Backyard

How Does It Look Today?

Time Just Flew the KARE 11 Backyard

Hard to believe it’s been a year since the landscape renovation of the KARE 11 Backyard was completed and the reveal was broadcast on the evening news.  In recognition of the 1-year anniversary of the Backyard, KARE 11 put together a video – a fast-forward look through the seasons in the backyard: The First Year in […]

We Should be Watering

Plants, Trees, and Lawns

We Should be Watering

Here in Minnesota, we are in a moderate drought.  After winter, most people hope for the blue sky, sunny days during the spring.  But at this point, we should be hoping for some rain….a gentle, soaking rain.  The kind that lasts the whole day, maybe two or three days. Until the rains come, here are […]

Garden Whimsy – Fun for All Ages

Fairies, and Gnomes, and Elves - Oh My!

Garden Whimsy – Fun for All Ages

There is something enchanting about the miniature-sized fairy gardens. Haven’t seen one? Look closely in your neighbor’s garden. Mystical, magical, and unexpected, these tiny gardens stir up our imaginations. Don’t believe in fairies? Tinkerbelle would be disappointed. But these gardens can also harbor elves, gnomes, and leprechauns. The idea of a fairy garden goes back […]

Bees in the Environment and Insecticides

How You Can Help Our Small Garden Creatures

Bees in the Environment and Insecticides

Bees, Wasps, Butterflies, Moths. These tiny creatures are essential to our well-being. They pollinate fruits, nuts, vegetables, alfalfa, and even spices by feeding on the plants’ nectar and pollen. There is a lot to know about bees. There are more than 300 species of native bees in Minnesota! Virtually all bee species are non-aggressive, if […]

Southview Design – Best of…SW Metro Magazine

Southview Design - Best of...SW Metro Magazine

We are proud to announce another win for Southview Design!  This time we won the “Best of…SW Metro Magazine” as Best Landscaper.  Everyone at Southview Design is honored our clients in the southwest metro voted for us!  Thank you!  We appreciate each and every one of you. What is the Best of Southwest Metro? A […]

Southview Design – Best of…Edina Magazine

Magazine Award spotlights Southview Design

Southview Design is honored and proud to receive a “Best of…” award from Edina magazine for Best Landscaper. What is the Best of Edina? A series of 50 awards designed to honor the best restaurants, personal and professional services, shops, places, people and more in our community. Awards are determined by the readers, not exclusively by […]

The 2013 Season is About to Close

Hard to believe installation for Landscape Season 2013 is about to come to an end.  Just a few days left to finish a few projects and put others to bed for winter.  Even though project installation has just a few more days, everyone at Southview Design continues to work through the winter months on designs. […]

It’s That Time….Again

Put the Gardens to Bed

It's That Time....Again

A touch of winter weather this past week has put an end to our summer/early fall gardens.  Sad to see the short season end but it’s time to put our gardens to bed and tools in the shed. Every year, we get questions about taking care of new plants and trees.  Should I wrap my […]

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