Award-Winning Lawn Care for your Brandywine, MD Home
Whether you are visiting the local parks and farms or birdwatching at the Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary, our team of lawn professionals know exactly what your turf needs to be the best yard in the neighborhood.
The goals you have for your lawn are unique, which is why our soil scientists will evaluate your lawn, listen to your concerns, and formulate a custom lawn care program that helps you grow a lawn you’ll love to show off!
Grow a healthy lawn designed to thrive in Brandywine, MD
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What are the most common weeds found in Brandywine, MD?
The most common weeds found in Brandywine, Maryland are crabgrass, dandelion, clover and plantain.
What are the most common grass types in Brandywine, MD?
The most common grass types in Brandywine, Maryland are Tall Fescue, Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass and Bermuda Grass.
What is the most common soil type in Brandywine, MD?
The most common soil type in Brandywine, Maryland is a silt loam. This type of soil is composed of a combination of clay, silt, sand, and some organic material. It is known for its good drainage, fertility, and ability to retain moisture.
Zip Codes Serviced in Brandywine, MD
Your Brandywine, MD grass, soil condition, yard usage, and goals are unique, which is why our soil scientists will evaluate your lawn, listen to your concerns, and formulate a custom lawn care program that helps you grow a lawn you’ll love to show off!
Lawn Care Services For Your Brandywine, MD Home
You know every spring when your neighbor’s yard looks like it’s full of doggy doo. It’s actually not. They ordered aeration and seeding for their bald and patchy grass. How’s your grass lookin’?
There is nothing worse than having some sweet tea in a storm of mosquitos and your animals full of ticks. Let us make your outdoor activities stress-free!
There is nothing worse than your good looking trees getting infected by pests and having to call all out the tree folks to chop it down. We’ll make your trees and shrubs protected and help them live a long life.
Imagine playing catch with your kids or playing croquet and tripping over mounds and holes created by nasty, pesky rodents… we’ll take care of it and no ankles will get broken.
Our individualized plans are designed to get rid of pests on your property while also using some of the safest products that have passed both EPA inspection and our own safety qualifications.
Your home’s landscape beds are a major part of your property’s curb appeal. No one wants passerbys commenting on your unsightly beds! Let us make your property a hit.
Why Choose Blades of Green As Your Lawn Care Partner
We stand behind our people, products, and services
If you ever have any questions or issues, our soil scientists are always a phone call away! We are always here to address any concerns you have and offer free follow-up visits with most recurring lawn care plans to help address any problems that may arise between your scheduled service dates.
Care about lawns, pests and the community
On top of our dedication to helping you enjoy all your property has to offer, we’re also passionate about supporting the communities in which we live, work, and play. That spirit drives us to help regional charities and invest in scholarship programs for local students.
We have our own lawn lab
That’s right, we design and produce many of our products here onsite. This allows us to adapt to ever-changing conditions in our area and your soil. Plus, we have test plots where we can benchmark results and innovate. There’s no moss growing on our feet (or test plots). We’re always looking for ways to improve and get better results for our clients.
Service Areas in Maryland & Northern Virginia
- White Plains, MD
- West River, MD
- Welcome, MD
- Waldorf, MD
- Upper Marlboro, MD
- Sunderland, MD
- Solomans Island, MD
- Silver Spring, MD
- Shady Side, MD
- Severna Park, MD
- Severn, MD
- Saint Marys County, MD
- Rockville, MD
- Riva, MD
- Prince Georges County, MD
- Prince Georges County, MD
- Prince Frederick, MD
- Potomac, MD
- Port Tobacco, MD
- Pasadena, MD
- Owings, MD
- Odenton, MD
- North Potomac, MD
- North Beach, MD
- Montgomery County, MD
- Mitchellville, MD
- Millersville, MD
- Merrifield, MD
- Mechanicsville, MD
- Marbury, MD
- Lusby, MD
- Loudon County, MD
- Leonardtown, MD
- Laurel, MD
- La Plata, MD
- Indian Head, MD
- Huntingtown, MD
- Hughesville, MD
- Howard County, MD
12 winter lawn care tips to help your lawn go into hibernation during the cold months
Each year, as the weather cools down, your grass settles in for it’s annual cold-weather nap. And while it may well look like it’s dead, gone, and in need of a replacement, it reliably bounces back each spring. But what exactly is going on when your grass turns brown for the winter? And how can you be sure it isn’t dead? Read on to find out!
Wondering when to lime a yard in Maryland or Northern Virginia? Our soil experts are here to explain why your soil might need it, the benefits & best time to apply a lime treatment
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Weeds are an eyesore to every homeowner! Learn the 6 most common weeds found in Maryland & Northern Virginia, how to get rid of them and prevent future problems
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