The completed fire pit and patio
Posted April 1, 2017 0 comment(s)
When we are contacted by a customer, it’s often because they have a tired, lackluster landscape that’s in need of a refresh. But, sometimes, it isn’t that the landscaping is out-of-date, it just didn’t hold up – it’s not uncommon for us to be called in to fix or re-do the work of another landscaper. And, that’s exactly what happened in the project... + continue reading
The New York Bluestone patio after completion
Posted February 22, 2017 0 comment(s)
With this unseasonably warm weather you may have watched with anticipation as the snow melted away and your landscaping reemerged. That’s usually a welcome sight, but if you’re underwhelmed when looking at your yard, we can help! While we are often called in to design and install brand new landscaping, what’s most common is that we’re replacing... + continue reading
Craig at the Eden Stone quarry
Posted January 12, 2017 0 comment(s)
In preparing for a new landscape installation, we are tasked with finding the right materials for the project. They need to meet the homeowner’s budget and style, while also being appropriate for the project and of high quality. Over our years of landscaping, we’ve developed a network of trusted vendors whose products have proven themselves, again... + continue reading
Eden outcroppings, Autumn Flame flagging stone, and pavers come together in this amazing revamp!
Posted July 21, 2016 0 comment(s)
Minnesota summers are too short, so we make the most of them by getting outdoors at every chance; whether it’s up to the cabin, out on the lake, or just hanging out in your backyard, it’s great to soak up the sun, while you can. This was the mindset of the homeowners featured in this post; they had a great property, but the space was... + continue reading
The revamped front entryway.
Posted June 14, 2016 0 comment(s)
Some projects are like a painting – a blank canvas, awaiting inspiration and the deft hands of skilled craftsmen; others projects are more like a sculpture – you start with a slab of marble, working with it and reducing it to its final form. In this case, the project was a sculpture, an overgrown front yard in need of refining. These... + continue reading


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