Softscapes is a term used to describe landscaping features that are lacking long term or permanent qualities. Softscapes include anything that can easily be removed from your landscape. Flowers, bushes, soil, sod, etc. These items are consider semi or not permanent. This distinction becomes very clear when you compare softscapes to hardscapes which include decks, patios, retaining walls, etc. These features are considered to be permanent. Softscapes are great as they can be used to refresh your landscape every year if you wish. If you like your landscaping in Fargo or the surrounding area to always have that new feel, let us know. We will make sure to include ample room in our landscape design for softscape features that can be changed often. We also offer landscape maintenance in Fargo and the surrounding area to keep everything beautiful and healthy. Contact us if you would like to keep your landscape feeling like new every year.

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Stained Concrete Patio with Retaining Walls and Lots of Landscape Lighting


Are you looking for stained concrete for your landscaping in Fargo or the surrounding area? Here we have a beautiful example of what stained concrete can go. This patio is amazingly beautiful. Quite a lot of work went into completing this landscaping project. There are a ton of elements included in […]

Retaining Wall Landscaping Around Flag Pole


Here we have another great example of landscaping in Fargo, North Dakota. This landscaping project shows of this property owners patriotism and support for the NDSU Bison. The elevation change of this property even being very slight allowed for installation of retaining walls making this project rise out of […]

Brick Driveway, Retaining Walls, and Stairs


This is a very unique landscaping project. The most notable portion of the landscape is the paver driveway. Driveways are usually constructed with concrete. Having the opportunity the build a paver driveway was a great experience. We also added a bit of detail to the center of the driveway with the larger bricks. This adds […]

Paver Patio with Fire Pit & Integrated Plantscapes


This landscaping project is one of my favorites. It’s in my backyard! The design of the landscape incorporates a large number of elements. Right away there was the large tree to deal with that was going to be right in the middle of the patio. Instead of removing that tree, it was incorporated into […]