Seasonal Care

Landscaping in Needham MA can be overwhelming. Here are a few time saving tips from Cataldo Landscape & Masonry to get you on track.

It can be hard to find a landscaping service you trust with your yard, but it doesn’t have to be. Cataldo Landscape & Masonry has been leading the industry in Massachusetts since 1978.

Posted on February 14, 2018 in Seasonal Care, Snow Plowing

How do you deal with snow in your yard? Most New Englanders are familiar with snow and ice and are used to shoveling walkways and driveways. However, if your yard is landscaped and looks nice, you’ll want to keep it that way. The best way to do that is to have your landscaper remove snow […]

Posted on October 11, 2017 in Landscaping Tips, Seasonal Care, Sod Installation

Fall is the perfect time to invest in this service and here are three crucial reasons why:

Jerry and his team have a few tips and guidelines they follow while moving shrubs and he would love to share them with you!

Posted on February 28, 2017 in Landscaping Tips, Lawn Care, Seasonal Care, Seasonal FAQs/Tips

As a landscaping company near Boston, we understand its benefits. However, it can also wreak havoc on our yards! Prior to piling your salty snow on the lawn, think about the various ways salt can damage our beautifully designed properties.

Something many learning about landscaping for the first time typically find surprising is that winter pruning in Wellesley, MA is an encouraged practice.

Cataldo Landscape and Masonry is asked all the time about various landscaping tips for Needham and Newton homes that need some sprucing up in the winter, and we have a few suggestions!

Posted on January 23, 2017 in Boston Landscaping, Patios, Seasonal Care, Walkways & Steps

Though our brick paths are robust and sturdy, there are ways we can protect them from additional damage during the harsh winter.

Posted on January 16, 2017 in Landscaping Tips, Seasonal Care, Seasonal FAQs/Tips

If there is one thing we see as landscaping professionals in Needham and Newton in the spring, it’s the serious damage winter can inflict on our trees and shrubs.