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542 Montgomery Rd.
Westfield, MA 01085
Fax 413.562.1733
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About Hartley Brothers

Hartley Bros. Landscaping, Inc specializes in custom landscape design work which includes planting of trees and shrubs, natural stone and man-made retaining walls, landscape lighting, paver patios, walks and driveways. Our business has grown since Hartley Brothers began over 20 years ago. The main concentration of our business is now on landscape design and construction.

Our staff has also grown from four brothers to over 20 employees, with a vast range of knowledge and expertise. Many bring their skills from related trades such as carpentry, electrical, and building trades, making them a tremendous asset to the company.


A number of our employees have studied landscape science, landscape design, landscape architecture and horticulture at both the high school and college level.

To stay on top of new products and techniques, Hartley Brothers employees continue their education off-season by attending training classes and seminars.

We are proud members of the following organizations.

In addition, we subscribe to the UMASS Extension Service. Through the extension service, we have access to an extensive network of resources and information provided by the professionals at the University. We can send soil samples and specimen samples into their lab for analysis. We also receive a weekly update from the extension service alerting us to any new pests, diseases or problems showing up in our area.

We, as a company, strongly believe in the importance of education in the Landscaping Industry. Ours is a very science and math oriented business. Because of this, we are actively involved in the advisory boards of many local schools.

We also believe that it is important to give back to the community in which you live and work. Daniel Hartley serves on the Horticultural Committee for Stanley Park of Westfield. In that capacity, he is working with a group of horticultural professionals to make recommendations to rebuild parts of the park and its gardens to return it to its former glory.