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Come See Us on the Artisan Home Tour!

Artisan Home Tour (by Parade of Homes) Date/Time: October 6-22, 2023 / 12-6pm (Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays) House No.9: Edina Country Club Neighborhood / 5209 Minnehaha Blvd, Edina Grab Your

Homes by Architects Tour 2023

For the second year in a row we were honored to work with another talented architect (Swan Architecture) for a showcase home in the Homes by Architects Tour by AIA

No MOW MAY – What’s the Hype?

I know I’m a few months behind, but I’ve been researching the truth for you all!  Is NO MOW MAY a THING? I’ve been reading up on many different platforms

Best of Lake Minnetonka 2023!

We are extremely honored to receive the Reader’s Choice Award for: “Best of Lake Minnetonka 2023” for Landscape Design Services We have worked hard to earn this title for the

Plant Damage by Heavy Snow and Hungry Animals

This past winter of 2022 and 2023 was one the snowiest season we have seen in a while.  While it was pretty to look at through your window on a

Adding Unique Elements to Your Landscape Project

We love added special details to our clients yard designs.  Once you see some of these creations you’ll want that unique piece added to your space too! LARGE ART PIECE

How Important is Outdoor Lighting?

SO IMPORTANT!  Outdoor Lighting not only enhances your beautiful space at night, but it also provides a ton of security and safety from accidents.  I think your insurance agent would

Modern European Cottage in 2022 Homes by Architect Tour

2022 Homes by Architects Tour, Minnesota Saturday & Sunday, September 17-18 Home #1 / Cottage Gables, Deephaven     What a show stopper!  We were lucky enough to work as

Hand Drawings Come Alive

Recently, I was cleaning out David Kopfmann’s photos and plan drawings to free up some space on our hard drive and came across SO many beautifully hand-drawn sketches, both 3-D

Winterscapes ARE beautiful!

Here are a few reasons why not to cut back your plant material in the fall!  Also, by adding art into your landscaping is a visual treat all year long.