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






Around here the new year seems to kick off with the return of our men from Mexico. Pablo and Gerardo will soon be back north to  bring us to our full strength of 42 employees. A welcome sight and much needed boost, since installations are already booked solid through May. It's great to see everyone together again trading stories of winter months spent at home with family. Pablo's wife Flor will once again take over caring for the small herd of cattle on their 'Rancho California' just outside La Union de Guadalupe, home of 12 other employees. Gerardo may be delayed until March 15 to spend a little extra time with his 90 year old father who is in the hospital.

As the company has grown over the decade, we have spent some effort organizing our company, giving the managers specific responsibilities and trying to streamline the increasing amount of paperwork that has come about, not only from our growth, but increased government and insurance requirements. To help us, we'd like you to call the 996-5868 number. This way we can efficiently direct your calls to the right manager. We also ask you to call at least one day in advance of your requests. It's often impossible to relay information to the men in the field immediately, since they're often out of cell range. If you have an emergency such as an irrigation leak, use the 996-5868 where even after hours the numbers of the managers are available. Avoid texting if possible.

It doesn't seem possible that 44 years ago my brother Dave started Waldron Landscaping. He lacked almost everything but an old 1964 GMC truck with hand painted signs. He didn't buy a lawn mower until he landed the maintenance of a fledgling winery in Kenwood called Chateau St Jean. The mower didn't even have a bag, but since the lawn at the winery was small and so full gopher holes, it didn't make much difference. Today, the bags on our commercial mower cost 5 times as much as his first mower. No matter. It's time for another season of good gardening and we're all fresh and ready to tackle it once again. Thanks for being on the journey with us, and remember to call early!

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