Lawn Care in Prince William County, VA

We understand that you want the best results when it comes to lawn care for your Gainesville, Haymarket, Manassas, or Woodbridge home. You know, the type of results that make cars slow down when they drive by your home, make your guests want to take off their shoes and run their feet through your grass, the lawn defines “lawn dreams.”

Our experienced and caring soil scientists have decades of experience and the knowledge & expertise to ensure that your lawn looks its best all year round.

Let’s partner together to create a custom lawn care program tailored to fit your specific needs. With our commitment to quality and customer service, you can rest assured that you are in good hands when you choose us for lawn care.

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Prince William County, VA Lawn Care 411

What are the most common grass types in Prince William County, VA?

The most common grass types in Prince William County, VA are cool season turfgrasses, such as:

  • Kentucky Bluegrass
  • Perennial Ryegrass
  • Fine Fescues
  • Tall Fescues

What is the most common soil type in Prince William County, VA?

The most common soil type in Prince William County, VA is sandy loams. It is made up of sand, silt, and clay particles.

Fun fact: This soil is great for gardening because it provides good drainage

What are the most common lawn issues Prince William County, VA lawns face?

The most common lawn issues that Prince William County, VA lawns face are weeds, grubs, and various lawn diseases.

We offer lawn care services in the following zip codes in Prince William County, VA

20155               20156               20168               20169               20109               20111
20112               22191                22192               22193               22194                22195

Blades of Green can assist you and your Prince William County, VA lawn with the following services:

Why Choose Blades of Green for your Prince William County, VA 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’re Soil Scientists

With more than 25,000 soil tests and 30+ years under our belt, WE ARE THE SOIL EXPERTS and know what your lawn needs. Not only do we understand the local soil and climate, but we also custom manufacture materials specifically for our service area and YOUR lawn. No big box, cookie-cutter approach here! It’s all about you (well, technically, your lawn).

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.

Lawn care questions frequently asked by Prince William County, VA homeowners

How much does lawn care cost?

When it comes to lawn care, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all,” which is why we created three programs. Plans can include initial analysis of your property, soil test, multi-treatment fertilization, weed prevention and elimination, grub control, and pH adjustment. 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!

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 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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