October is here, but don’t pack up the lawn care esentials just yet – now is the perfect time for transplanting and preparing for the spring season!
Thinking about starting your vegetable garden indoors? Here are a few tips to get you started in the right direction.
Although summer days still upon us, they are drawing to a close sooner than many of us would like. Preparing your lawn for winter is a crucial step to guaranteeing your hard work of this season returns next spring. With a few easy at-home steps, you can ensure a thick, lush, green lawn next spring. […]
One of the most common weeds that takes over landscaping in MA is crabgrass. So, what exactly is a weed? A weed is a plant growing where it is not wanted. Invading your lush, green grass, crabgrass certainly qualifies as a weed. This invasive plant can dominate over other grass and plant species if left […]
With yard cleanups well behind us, many people are now focusing on the curb appeal of their home. One of the best ways to bring instant gratification to the appearance of your home comes from landscaping. With the addition of outdoor elements such as walkways, shrubs, and flowers, your home will have the facelift you […]
If you are a do-it-yourself type of person versus hiring landscapers in Boston, the experts at Cataldo Landscape have created this helpful overview to help you get started on your spring planting.
With Spring well underway chances are you’ve completed your springtime yard cleanup. Now that dead leaves have been removed, and the lawn raked you can once again see your homes landscape. This could be a good or bad thing. Even if you have lush green grass and beautiful natural elements, you may not be happy […]
Landscaping in Needham MA can be overwhelming. Here are a few time saving tips from Cataldo Landscape & Masonry to get you on track.
Whether you’re a homeowner or landscaper in Newton, taking care of your yard in November won’t look the same as other months.
Luckily for us, landscaping in Weston MA can help make our lawns stay green year round. Even if it is buried under two feet of snow.