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Christmas Trees at Conestoga Stone for 2017

Conestoga Stone will have Christmas Trees available starting the day after Thanksgiving, November 24th until the day before Christmas Eve, December 23rd. 

We will have coffee and hot chocolate that you can enjoy while warming yourself by our fire-pit after selecting your perfect Frazer or Douglas Fur Christmas tree! We will be open Monday through Saturday 7am-8pm. We will be closed Christmas Eve.

Our Community Spirit!

Conestoga Stone is proud to be an active part of our local community. Within this past year we have sponsored and participated  in several community events such as Coventry Woods Festival, Kimberton Hunt Annual Show, Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show, OJR Baseball Sponsor, Coventry Community Day at Warwick Park, and the Elverson Halloween Parade.

We look forward to serving our community and customers in 2018 as well. Here are a few pictures from the events.


July Special-Decorative Stone 10% OFF – Mulching with Stone

During this month of July we will be running a special of 10% off Decorative Stone and Gravel.  You can use this material in small or large amounts to enhance flower pots, small flower beds, waterscapes, and walkways.

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Stone mulch comes in many different colors, sizes and shapes. You can choose attributes that will be most becoming in your landscape. The stones can also act as an edge for a flower bed. This will keep the organic mulch and soil around your flowers from washing away.

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Step 1: Landscape Fabric

Before you begin laying your decorative stone mulch, lay down a layer of landscape fabric where you wish your mulch to be. The fabric will help keep weeds down, though some determined weeds will grow through it. The landscape fabric will also be helpful if you ever decide you don’t wish to have decorative stone mulch, or wish to move the mulch. If you do decide to move the mulch, you can simply fold it into the fabric and move it.

Step 2: Laying the Mulch

You should not lay down more than a few inches of mulch. If you add too much mulch, water can saturate the area and will not drain well. Stone mulch comes in several different colors and sizes. If you buy several batches, you may choose to alternate the color and size of the stones. This will add interest to your garden, and make it more appealing.

TIP: When using stone mulch in an area that will be frequently walked, or driven on, choose an angular stone rather than a round stone. Angular stones pack together to create a firm surface. Round stones always remain loose and will roll under your foot or vehicle.

Step 3: Cleaning Stone

Decorative stone mulch has a tendency to collect debris. Do not lay the stone under trees unless you want to continuously clean the stones. To clean the stones, use a leaf vacuum to suck up the extra debris. This will keep the area looking clean and tidy.

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Step 4: Watering

You will need to keep a close eye on how much water your plants are receiving. You do not want them to drown, or to become dehydrated. Stick your finger into the soil around the base of the plant. If the surrounding soil is damp, you do not need to water the plants right away. However, if the soil is dry, give your plants a good amount of water. Because stone does not leave nutrients in the soil, you will need to fertilize your plants periodically.

Step 5: Weeds

While stone mulch will suppress weeds, it will not stop them completely. Pull weeds as soon as you see them. This will prevent them from propagating. Pull up as much root as possible, although this may be difficult with the landscape fabric.

Stone mulch is an attractive, permanent feature in your garden. Proper care will keep it, and your garden looking good.

TIP: Some stone mulches contain limestone and should not be used around acid-loving plants.

We serve customers in and around, Coventry, Pottstown, Glenmoore, Morgantown, Birchrunville, Chester Springs, and Elverson areas.


All Palletized Stone on SALE during June!!

 June is a time for grilling and s’mores, backyard fun and relaxation, graduations and weddings. Enhance your entertaining space with a hardscape patio, fire pit, walk way, or wall.


Come in and see how many color and size options we have! There is natural stone for any space and any budget. Talk to our friendly and helpful staff to see what works for you!














Conestoga Stone Landscape Supply Yard serves customers in and around, Coventry, Pottstown, Glenmoore, Morgantown, Birchrunville, Chester Springs, and Elverson areas.


New Product! Solar Crystals

We will start carrying water softener salt, also known as Solar Crystals. They come in 40lb bags and if you buy 10 bags we can deliver it to your door and even right next to your softener system! No more hauling bags in and out of your car! Our pricing is competitive with the big box stores give us a call or stop in!

Conestoga Stone is a landscape supply materials company serving Chester County, Montgomery County, Delaware County and Berks County. Delivery services available on bulk orders.



Plan your Landscape Projects for 2017

January is a perfect time to plan out your home projects.

Would you like to put in a patio, new walkway, stone walled garden bed, water feature, fire pit, or need to reseed and fertilize your yard?


Do you want help mapping out a corner of your yard for a special project?


Come into our store, take a look around and talk with our friendly staff. We will do all we can to make your ideas a reality this year!

Conestoga Stone’s Recommended Professional – Gene’s Stonewalls

Gene’s Stonewalls

3319 E Summit ave

Downingtown,PA 19320



Gene’s Stonewalls was founded in 1995. Gene’s Stonewalls provides high quality work at a reasonable cost. We develop lasting relationships with our clients based on trust, communication, and consistency. We focus on your idea and deliver quality results on budget. Whether you are a builder or homeowner, our ultimate goal is your satisfaction.

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  • All Types of Masonry Work and Landscaping
  • New & Rebuilt Walls
  • Driveways
  • Sidewalks
  • Patios
  • Steps
  • Retaining walls
  • Restoration Work
  • Brick, Block, Natural and Cultured Stone
  • Pointing
  • Custom Fireplaces

Gene’s Stonewalls  is recommended by Conestoga Stone for the professional, beautiful, and unique projects they do in  and around Downingtown, Birchrunville, Chester Springs, Coventry, Pottstown, Glenmoore, and Philadelphia’s Main Line area.