We welcome you
to join in our mission

Creating and maintaining beautiful, useful, and healthy outdoor spaces by using sustainable landscape practices and the highest horticultural standards
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We welcome you
to join in our mission

Creating and maintaining beautiful, useful, and healthy outdoor spaces by using sustainable landscape practices and the highest horticultural standards
Learn More

Our Philosophy

As professionals we believe that land stewardship is our responsibility; we strive to provide excellent service, and care for each property in an environmentally friendly manner.

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LOCATION

Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, we serve all of the surrounding areas including, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, and Chester Counties.

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SERVICE

Specializing in sustainable landscapes for residential, municipal, and commercial clients.
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contact

Please contact us to see how GreenWeaver can assist you in all of your landscaping and maintenance needs, or see our list of services to learn more.
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What are Sustainable Landscapes?

Simply, we consider a sustainable landscape one that is capable of being maintained over time without exhausting natural resources. While traditional landscape practices can be very damaging to the environment, we understand that people will turn away from messy looking landscapes. GreenWeaver uses skill and experience to provide beautiful landscapes that are also healthy and inviting.
"Sustainable landscapes balance the needs of people and the environment to benefit both."

FIELD NOTES

Echinacea in winter

January Garden To-Do List

The new year sparks new goals. Start planning for a successful garden now with a little preparation and forethought. Get help with planning by using the professional expertise of GreenWeaver’s land...

By Lee Armillei
Magnolia grandiflora in winter

December Garden To-Do List

December is a great time to take advantage of the dormancy of the garden and catch up on those tasks you couldn’t get to earlier in the season. Decorate your barren pots with fresh greens, berries...

By Lee Armillei

Leave the Leaves!

If you are one of the many people that thinks the fall leaves are beautiful, but hate raking or blowing them to the curb, we have some advice for you…leave them!  Leaf removal is not only unneces...

By Jennifer Nichols
Nyssa foliage banner

October Garden To-Do List

We’re officially into fall and our gardens are gradually going to sleep– but they won’t go quietly! Watch over the next couple of weeks for amazing bursts of lemon yellow, shimmery gold, bright ora...

By Lee Armillei
stormwater on steps

Only One Water

Stormwater is making the news! In the September 13, 2019 issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Frank Kummer states “On average, Philadelphia gets about 42 inches of rain in a year, according to the...

By Jennifer Nichols
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Proper Watering Technique

GreenWeaver Landscapes designs grouping plants with similar cultural requirements, providing for long-term, low maintenance landscapes. However, during the first 2 years, regular irrigation is esse...

By Lee Armillei

Sustainable Landscape Tips, Tales,
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Echinacea in winter

January Garden To-Do List

The new year sparks new goals. Start planning for a successful garden now with a little preparation and forethought. Get help with planning by using the professional expertise of GreenWeaver’s land...

By Lee Armillei
Magnolia grandiflora in winter

December Garden To-Do List

December is a great time to take advantage of the dormancy of the garden and catch up on those tasks you couldn’t get to earlier in the season. Decorate your barren pots with fresh greens, berries...

By Lee Armillei

Leave the Leaves!

If you are one of the many people that thinks the fall leaves are beautiful, but hate raking or blowing them to the curb, we have some advice for you…leave them!  Leaf removal is not only unneces...

By Jennifer Nichols
Nyssa foliage banner

October Garden To-Do List

We’re officially into fall and our gardens are gradually going to sleep– but they won’t go quietly! Watch over the next couple of weeks for amazing bursts of lemon yellow, shimmery gold, bright ora...

By Lee Armillei
stormwater on steps

Only One Water

Stormwater is making the news! In the September 13, 2019 issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Frank Kummer states “On average, Philadelphia gets about 42 inches of rain in a year, according to the...

By Jennifer Nichols
How to water new plants <img  class="x-img"  src="" >

Proper Watering Technique

GreenWeaver Landscapes designs grouping plants with similar cultural requirements, providing for long-term, low maintenance landscapes. However, during the first 2 years, regular irrigation is esse...

By Lee Armillei

Sustainable Landscape Tips, Tales,
and Trends

Delivered to your inbox
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