Our Eden Prairie clients know we provide the most innovative landscaping services in the Twin Cities metro area.  The team here at Ground One truly cares for our Eden Prairie clients. Our design team offers landscaping design, master planning, technical expertise, exceptional stonework, carpentry and project management. We also include outdoor services such as garden enhancements, seasonal containers, annual plantings, patios, walks, decks, lawn care, water features, and home exterior. As a proud member of the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA), we are looking forward to be your one stop shop for all your landscaping dreams.

Eden Prairie, MN - Grotto -Rock Landscaping Design Company - Page Image - Ground One
The backyard of this new home in Eden Prairie provided the perfect spot for a stone grotto facing a preserved nature area.

Beautiful Land: The Charm of Eden Prairie

Originally named to honor its bucolic pastures and the lush prairie that occupies the Southern portion of the town, Eden Prairie is the largest of the Southwestern suburbs of Hennepin County, and it’s near exponential growth has given way to some of the most upscale new residential neighborhoods in the Minneapolis suburbs.  Contemporary housing designs include sprawling outdoor living spaces for entertaining and family life that include modern pool designs, colorful landscaping and dramatic, inspired structural suburban gardens.

 

Capitalizing on Suburban Splendor

Ground One has contributed to some of the most impressive properties in Eden Prairie.  Utilizing the inspiration provided by the beautiful brick manor-style homes and the playing off the modernity of the rapidly expanding community, we have created outdoor living spaces that add texture, depth and value not only to the worth of their property but to their enjoyment of home, their outdoor life and connecting them with natural vistas in the center of suburbia.

Eden Prairie, MN - Frontyard - Rock Landscaping Design Company - Ground One
New construction in Eden Prairie required large-scale stone retaining walls to reach the front door.