Waldron Landscape

We are a full service Sonoma Valley landscape company equipped for any residential or commercial project, large or small.  Our services include consultation to full design, through construction, and regular maintenance.  We also provides one-time cleanups, garden renovations, high weed mowing, and emergency irrigation repairs.

We are fully insured and licensed in landscape architecture, construction and maintenance.
Contact us today to discuss your needs:
(707) 996-5868




Our stray cat Lucky had hardly been fixed by our friends down the road on 8TH ST E at Sonoma Pets' Lifeline when he decided to move on. He's probably next door at the Montini Ranch. Meanwhile, a resourceful young possum pays a visit every night to clean up our long time yard cat Vagabunda's left over dinner. Nothing goes to waste around here.

Our sturdy and impervious-to-heat gardeners arrived back at the yard on the Friday before Labor Day Weekend in 100 plus weather to be greeted by our own temporary cantinero and chef,  Miguel Gutierrez, who offered sodas and the beer of choice of our Guapos: Budlight. (Corona  runs a distant second.) Miguel Gutierrez grilled up the meat and vegetables and supplied the tortillas. Everyone ate and drank in the shade of the huge Valley Oak in the western corner of the yard. Food, music and comaraderie  add  a welcome dimension to company moral and nobody deserves it more than the great guys we're so lucky to have with us.

We hope the worst of the heat is behind us and look forward to raking leaves under more pleasant conditions. As the year winds down, we're still going full speed to catch up on a backlog of installations. Jose Hernandez, who manages the installers, seems to have kept some semblance of sanity during the crunch of Summer work. Juvenal Gutierrez, our resident irrigation expert, has been working six days a week for months keeping timers and leaks plugged. He is remarkably efficient  and the most imperturbable employee we have.

We hope everyone enjoys the cooler weather and coming Fall color. We'll be on hand with our trusty rakes and leaf blowers to keep your gardens the way they should be:"neat and tidy". 

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