Lawn Care In Prince George’s County, MD
Prince George’s County, MD is packed with fun things to do: Ride roller coasters at Six Flags America, shop and eat at the National Harbor, bet on horse races at the Marlboro Race Track, or enjoy a hike at Oxon Cove Park and Nature Center.
After a fun day around town, it would be so satisfying to pull up to your home and be greeted by a healthy, well-manicured lawn. Partner with our soil scientists to create your own custom lawn care program to meet your needs and lawn dreams!
Grow a lawn that will impress your PG County neighbors!
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Prince George’s County, MD Lawn Care 411
What are the most common grass types in Prince George’s County, MD?
The most common grass types in Prince George’s County, MD are cool-season grasses such as:
- Kentucky bluegrass
- Perennial ryegrass
- Tall fescue
- Fine fescue
What is the most common soil type in Prince George’s County, MD?
The most common soil type in Prince George’s County, MD is loamy soils. This soil is composed of a mixture of sand, silt, and clay.
What are the most common lawn issues Prince George’s County, MD lawns face?
The most common lawn issues that Prince George’s County, MD, homeowners face are related to soil fertility and lawn disease.
Soil fertility can be addressed through soil testing and the application of fertilizers and other soil amendments.
Lawn disease can be caused by fungi or bacteria and prevented with proper mowing and watering, as well as the use of lawn treatments when necessary.
We offer lawn care services in the following zip codes in Prince George’s County, MD
20607 20762 20608 20704 20705 20710 20715 20716
20717 20718 20719 20720 20721 20613 20722 20746
20748 20731 20743 20790 20791 20799 20619 20735
20740 20741 20742 20747 20753 20744 20749 20769
20768 20770 20771 20781 20782 20783 20784 20785
20787 20788 20703 20706 20707 20708 20709 20725
20726 20712 20745 20750 20737 20738 20697 20797
20746 20752 20748 20757 20772 20773 20774 20775
Why Choose Blades of Green for your Prince George’s County, MD lawn care services:
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.
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.
Going Beyond Lawn Care and Pest Control!
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.
Clients Love Us - No, Seriously… they do! But don’t take our word for it.
Caleb performed the aeration on my lawn and did an excellent job. He was very professional and explained every step of the process. On the day he came to treat my lawn it was trash day. Once the trash was picked up, he moved my trash can out of the street and put it in front of my driveway. Keep up the good work.- Cheryl B.
Thank you to Joe DeLuca! I had a few specific concerns that he handled right away for me. Great job.- Doug S.
Lawn care questions frequently asked by Prince George’s County, MD homeowners
How to get the perfect lawn?
We are here to help you grow a lawn you’ll love (and want to use and show-off!). , But, much like getting the human body into shape, growing a healthy lawn takes time and (lots!) of patience. There are a variety of factors that need to be addressed before achieving the “perfect” lawn. For example, soil pH, foot traffic, lawn disease, bug infestations, mowing and watering practices, animal activity, and more. On average, it can take anywhere from one to three years to get your lawn into shape.
How do I get rid of weeds in my lawn?
Corn gluten, mulch, salt water, vinegar, and heavy grass are natural ways to kill weeds in your lawn. Herbicides are the best option to get rid of weeds and are safest when applied by lawn care professionals. This blog offers more insight: https://bladesofgreen.com/lawn-care/weed-control/how-to-get-rid-of-weeds/
What does crabgrass look like?
Crabgrass is an annual grassy weed that can be identified by its light green color and its ability to spread quickly. It usually grows in clumps and forms a mat-like appearance on the lawn. Its leaves are usually wider at the base and narrower at the tip, and they typically have a rough texture. A single crabgrass plant can produce as many as 150,000 tiny seeds that are easily dispersed by wind or water, making it a prolific seed producer. Its seeds can remain viable in the soil for up to 4 years making it difficult to eradicate.