Lawn Care in Queen Anne’s County, MD

No matter how you choose to spend your time, Queen Anne’s County, MD is sure to provide a fun and exciting day. Between the Historical Society of Queen Anne’s County, Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, hunting, fishing, crabbing, boating, living here certainly offers a wealth of things to do.

When it’s finally time to head home, it’ll feel so good knowing that you’ll be welcomed by a healthy lawn. Partner with our soil scientists to grow a well-maintained lawn that adds beauty and curb appeal to your home, increases the value of your property, and even reduces stress!

Additionally, since you live near the Chesapeake Bay, we are sure you’ll be happy to know that proper lawn care can also help with the following:

  • Prevent soil erosion
  • Create a healthier environment by filtering out pollutants and dust in the air
  • Help conserve water

Grow a healthy lawn designed to thrive in Queen Anne’s County

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Queen Anne’s County, MD Lawn Care 411

What are the most common grass types in Queen Anne’s County, MD?

The most common grass types in Queen Anne’s County, MD are:

  • Kentucky Bluegrass
  • Perennial Ryegrass
  • Fine Fescue
  • Tall Fescue

What are the most common soil types in Queen Anne’s County, MD?

The most common soil types in Queen Anne’s County, MD are:

  • Chestertown Sandy Loam – Most widespread soil type and is found in low-lying areas. It consists of medium-textured, well-drained sand and silt
  • Cecil Sandy Loam – Found in the upland areas. It is composed of medium-textured, well-drained sand with a slightly higher clay content than Chestertown Sandy Loam
  • Brookeville Loamy Sand – Found in the hills of the county and is composed of coarse sand and silt with a small amount of clay.

What are the most common lawn issues Queen Anne’s County, MD lawns face?

Common lawn issues in Queen Anne’s County, MD can include grubs, lawn diseases such as dollar spot, and turf damage caused by over-fertilizing. Homeowners with water-front property should also be aware of phragmites and the damage this plant can cause.

We offer lawn care services in the following zip codes in Queen Anne’s County, MD

21607               21607               21617              21619               21690               21690
21623               21628               21628             21638               21638               21644
21644               21656               21656             21657               21657               21658
21658               21666               21666             21668

Blades of Green can assist you and your Queen Anne’s County, MD lawn with the following services:

Why Choose Blades of Green for your Queen Anne’s County, MD lawn care services:

We Leave No Stone Unturned

Okay, well, not EVERY stone – but you get the idea. Getting the best lawn care and pest control means having peace of mind knowing that one of our trained experts is taking their time to examine your property with every visit. This means if we see something that causes concern, you’ll be the first to know. Plus, we’ll even recommend a plan of action.

We are locally owned and operated

Our founder, Mark Leahy, started the company back in 1989 with just him and his brother, Brad. More than 30 years later, we have a team of more than 150 people partnering with people and companies in Maryland and Northern Virginia.

We Hire and Train the Best

All of our team members go through a vigorous vetting process. Plus, each of our technicians receives more than 70 hours of continuous training every year.

Clients Love Us - No, Seriously… they do! But don’t take our word for it.

five stars

Mike Graybill did a fantastic job on addressing our weed problem in the lawn. Finally a weed free lawn. Thanks Mike!- Rick D.

Lawn care questions frequently asked by Queen Anne’s County, MD homeowners

What do lawn care services include?

Each lawn care company offers a different set of services. Our team of Soil Scientists will assist you with selecting the right lawn care treatments, tree & shrub care, bed weed control, mosquito, flea, and tick treatments & mole and vole removal services. They’ll even recommend the best time to aerate and overseed your lawn so you’ll get the most out of investment.

We do not provide mowing, tree and shrub trimming, mulching, weeding, leaf raking, bagging or removal, de-thatching, wildlife removal, landscape design, sod installation, or irrigation installation

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:

How to get rid of crabgrass?

The best way to eliminate crab grass in Maryland and Virginia will depend on the size of the area you are trying to treat. For smaller patches of crabgrass, hand-pulling or spot-treating with a selective herbicide may be the best option. For larger areas, you may want to consider using a pre-emergent herbicide, which will prevent crabgrass from germinating in the first place. It’s important to follow the instructions on whatever product you decide to use, as over-application or incorrect application of herbicides will do more harm than good. Additionally, it’s important to keep the area well-watered and mow at the proper height to discourage the growth of crabgrass.
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