Lawn Care in Talbot County, MD

Talbot County, MD, is a terrific place to call home! You have the option to shop in St. Michael’s, boat, fish, or kayak on the Miles River, or watch the sunset at your favorite waterfront restaurant.

Even though you have many fun things to do in your area, sometimes it’s nice to end the day with a BBQ in the backyard. If you live in Cordova, Easton, Oxford, Royal Oak, Saint Michael’s, or Tilghman, we would love to partner together to help you grow a lawn you love!

Together, we can create a custom lawn care package to help you grow lush, healthy, green grass.

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Talbot County, MD Lawn Care 411

What are the most common grass types in Talbot County, MD?

The five most common grass types in Talbot County, MD, are:

  1. Kentucky bluegrass
  2. Tall fescue
  3. Perennial ryegrass
  4. Orchard grass
  5. Fine fescue

What are the most common soil types in Talbot County, MD?

The most common soil types in Talbot County, MD, are silt loams, silty clays, loams, and sandy loams. These soil types are known for good drainage, moderate fertility, and high organic content.

What are the most common lawn issues Talbot County, MD, lawns face?

The most common lawn issues faced by Talbot County, MD, homeowners are drought stress, nutrient deficiencies, pests, lawn diseases, and weed infestations. Homeowners with water-front property should also be aware of phragmites and the damage they can cause to your property and the environment.

Blades of Green can assist you and your Talbot County, MD lawn with the following services:

We offer lawn care services in the following zip codes of Talbot County, MD

  • 21625
  • 21601
  • 21654
  • 21662
  • 21663
  • 21671

Why Choose Blades of Green for your Talbot County, MD lawn care services:

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.

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.

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

Ahman P. was great! Came and was super communicative and helpful. - Elizabeth R.

Lawn care questions frequently asked by Talbot County, MD homeowners

How much does lawn care cost?

When it comes to lawn care, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all.” Our basic lawn care program includes an initial analysis of your property, soil test, multi-treatment fertilization, weed prevention and elimination, grub control, and pH adjustment, would cost approx. $66 a month for a 5,000 sq. ft lawn. We have a variety of lawn care programs from which to choose, with some featuring core aeration and overseeding with SeedBOOST starter fertilizer, disease control, and nutsedge control. Also, if you bundle another service with a lawn care program, like tree and shrub care, for instance, you’ll save 15% off that service!

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 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.