Since 2005, Field Outdoor Spaces has helped urban Minneapolis and St. Paul homeowners get the most from their limited outdoor spaces. We design and build dynamic and high-impact landscapes that are easy to care for. Our experienced designers and crews are excited to help you get the most out of your landscape project.
Go to our Set Up A Consult form to get a landscape started.
If you have a commercial, municipal or other public-use project, please visit our Commercial Landscape page.
I’m completely thrilled with Field… You guys run your creative, planning, and installs just how I like it — collaborative, a little outside of the box, timely and great craftsmanship.Longfellow Front Yard
Thanks to you and your amazing crew. Our back yard looks amazing!! We love it. Your hard work in hot Aegean temps – yikes – We are so happy with the results.Suzanne – South Minneapolis
My project was small enough to be completed in one day. Field was very communicative and answered all of my questions. I was also provided with a care list for the new plantings before the work was done so I knew what I needed to do for my new garden.– Minneapolis (Nokomis)
Everyone involved, both the Field crew and the subcontractors — Harold Pietig & Sons Concrete, Kelly Green Irrigation, and Dakota Fence — were professional, hard working, and friendly.– St. Paul (Merriam Park)
We so appreciated Jason’s relaxed, laid-back style in combination with his detailed knowledge of plants and his artistic-creative sense of how best to make our landscape plan work.– St. Louis Park
The Field crew were more like art students than workers. They really cared.– Minneapolis (Bancroft)
Protect your investment! As the weather turns to cold and normal food sources become scarce, your shrubs and young trees begin to look pretty tasty to a hungry rabbit. One of the most important and easiest things you can do for your landscape is to protect vulnerable trees and shrubs from animal damage over the winter […]
As we are fast approaching Autumn, you probably expect your garden to be in the full extent of its beauty. However, something sinister could be lurking below. You may have noticed lately that your soil looks like coffee grounds or even hamburger meat. One thing that could be causing this is the invasive jumping worm! […]