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Who We Are

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Time is Precious...

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Let Us Do the Dirty Work.

What We Do

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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.

High Quality

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 Serviced

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

Service Types

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



Testimonials

Again, we want to thank you and everyone at Connelly for the good work throughout this tough winter.
Brian, Wyomissing Area Attorney’s Office
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
Front stoop looks great! I am so glad we ‘trusted’ you. Thanks for a job well done.
Jayne & Bob, Wyomissing
We're very happy with the work that you guys did last year.
Fran & Meg, Wyomissing


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THE WINTER LANDSCAPE

Andrew Wyeth mused- “I prefer winter and fall, when you can feel the bone structure in the landscape---the loneliness of it---the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it---the whole story doesn't show.”

While most of us think as spring and summer as the most aesthetically pleasing season in the garden, it's possible to construct good "bones" in the garden for year round beauty. While leafy perennials are hibernating under the snow, many deciduous trees offer textural interest with exfoliating and curling bark. A hedgerow of winterberry holly comes alive in our garden in winter with its garnet red masses of berries that will draw birds until spring. A paperbark maple that is normally covered with green leaves now takes center stage with it's flesh toned bark. These elements add a wonderful dimension to the landscape, even during winter dormancy.
Plants with seeds pods, curly branches, and even ornamental grasses, offer visual drama and often an even more striking effect when covered in snow.
Don't let winter fool you. Beauty can be found any time of year in the garden with a little forethought and imagination. #berkscountylandscaping #wintergardening #gardendesign #landscapers #nature #redtwigdogwood
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With the coming frigid cold weekend, remember our feathered friends might enjoy a helping hand with filled birds feeders, slices of fresh fruit, as well as running water. Learn more about drawing wildlife to your yard all next week here on our page. #wildlifegardens #gardening # #winterbirding #winter #berkscountypa #naturelovers ... See MoreSee Less

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Butterfly weed- This pretty flower caught my eye last summer in a local nursery. As a matter of fact, I noticed many of the plants had monarch caterpillars piggybacking on the leaves of the plant which intrigued me even more. I brought a few pots home, with two "free" caterpillars. This plant is commonly known as Butterfly Weed, but has a formal name 'Asclepias tuberosa'. It is a native perennial, very hardy, and easily grown from seed. Because its tough root was chewed by the Indians as a cure for pleurisy and other pulmonary ailments, Butterfly Weed was given its other common name, Pleurisy Root. They like a sunny location, but with well drained soil. I have read it comes up a little late in the spring, so you must be careful not to go digging in the location too early. It might be good to add a tag where you plant it so you don't disturb it come the following spring. ... See MoreSee Less

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Get In Touch

Call us today at (610) 678 – 8949 or email connellylawn@comcast.net.