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Personalized, custom designs that fit YOUR needs.

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Improving YOUR outdoor living spaces.

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Enhancing the beauty of YOUR existing landscape.

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Time is Precious. Let us do the dirty work.
It is our passion to make your lawn and garden a beautiful asset to your home and to your quality of life. We look forward to making your life what it should be — simpler.

3D Design & Build Custom Projects

At Connelly Lawn & Garden, we offer custom, 3D design visualizations and renderings, which enable our clients to virtually walk through the finished project in astonishing detail, before a single shovel hits the ground.

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High Quality Services

What makes Connelly Lawn & Garden different is the level of education and experience. Company Founder, Thomas Connelly is a Certified Arborist and member of the International Society of Arborists, Tom is also a State Certified Pesticide Applicator. He continues his education through classes hosted by Penn State, Longwood Gardens, and the Morris Arboretum.

Areas We Service

Reading, Wyomissing, Sinking Spring, Berks County, Shillington, Mohnton, West Lawn

Services We Offer

3D Design & Build Custom Projects, Patios Walkways & Walls, Plantings, Built-in Grills, Firepits, Fencing, Water Features, Custom Projects, and More!


Front stoop looks great! I am so glad we ‘trusted’ you. Thanks for a job well done.
Jayne & Bob, Wyomissing
I am glad to have had the chance to get outside and see the lawn and landscaping this weekend. Thank you for making it look so good. Your ideas, the driveway and patio especially, are a real success. Thanks for the service these past years, I really appreciate it.
Bob, Wyomissing
Again, we want to thank you and everyone at Connelly for the good work throughout this tough winter.
Brian, Wyomissing Area Attorney’s Office
We're very happy with the work that you guys did last year.
Fran & Meg, Wyomissing

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“It was such a pleasure to sink one's hands into the warm earth, to feel at one's fingertips the possibilities of the new season.”
― Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden
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New annuals for 2016- Coleus "Camp Fire"
'Campfire' is one big coleus. At almost 3 feet tall, it's perfect for adding bold strokes of color to the garden and combines well with summer-flowering perennials and small shrubs. Its vibrant, rust-orange leaves set off nearby flowers with a dynamic backdrop.
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How to Mulch With Newspaper

If you want to really keep down weeds, mulching with newspaper prior to mulching with a secondary mulch is an effective process. Newspapers are easy enough to come by, and the inks used now are less harmful and safe to use in the garden. Avoid using the slick advertising inserts, however, as their inks are different.
Gather your stacks of newspaper and lie them down in thicknesses of anywhere from 2-3 to 20 sheets at a time. If you have heavy weeds in the area, go thicker. Not so many weeds- 2-3 sheets is sufficient.
Some gardeners soak the newspaper in white vinegar first to prevent any seed germination. So depending on how bad the area is, use your judgment as to whether it's worth the effort.
Once your newspaper is laid down around plants, you can give it a quick spray with the hose to keep the paper in place. Be sure to allow no space in between the newspaper as you want no areas for the weeds to creep on through.
This method is great for keeping weeds at bay for long periods of time. A secondary benefit is that the newspaper will compost and amend the soil over time. Black sheet plastic sold in those big box stores is a crude oil product and can leak into the soil. If you need to block out the weeds, go with newspaper as it is a more sound eco-friendly option.
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Call us today at (610) 678 – 8949 or email tom@connellylawn.com.