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Frequently Asked Questions
Why Does My Lawn Turn Brown in the winter?
Your lawn is likely in “hibernation mode,” aka going dormant. This is normal and most likely nothing to be concerned about.
Help! Why are there so many weeds in my lawn during the fall and winter?!
Your lawn is most likely battling Roughstalk Bluegrass. This is a cool-season weed that is fast growing and, if left untreated, will leave unsightly bare spots and unhealthy turf when the warmer temps arrive.
It snowed, and now my lawn has brown spots. What's wrong?
Your lawn is most likely suffering from salt damage. De-icing salt can cause accidental damage to your lawn and other plants. Read this blog to learn easy ways to treat and prevent this type of damage:
How to Protect Your Lawn & Yard From Winter Salt Damage
How to Prepare Landscape & Trees For Winter
Learn about the 10 most common types of weeds you can find in lawns throughout Maryland and Northern Virginia. Pictures included to help with identification.
Take the guesswork and stress out of lawn care. Allow our soil scientists to put their expertise to work to provide you with the beautiful lawn you want and deserve!
Appraisers estimate that a well-maintained lawn can add up to 15% to the value of your home. Follow these 5 tips to impress your potential buyers with captivating curb appeal
Summer is the most stressful time of year for your grass, trees & shrubs. Keep your lawn thriving all season long by following these summer lawn care tips.
Broccoli, kale, and cabbage are just some of the veggies you can grow in the fall. Follow these 6 tips to achieve a beautiful & bountiful fall vegetable garden.
Deciding between a national chain or a locally owned lawn care company? Read 7 benefits of using a locally owned lawn care company (yea, we’re a little biased)
It’s your lawn. What does it say about you? In this blog, our soil scientists will share lawn care tips to help you achieve AND maintain a healthy, lush lawn.
Impress your guests & neighbors with a healthy, beautiful lawn. Our weed control helps to keep your lawn weed-free! Take back your lawn
Trying to understand why your lawn has brown spots? This guide will help you identify the culprit, fix the issue, and prevent issues in the future.
You’ve worked hard to achieve the lawn you have. Prevent common grass diseases from ruining your hard work by learning how to identify and treat them.
Learn the difference between moles vs voles, understand their habits, what they eat, what damage they cause to your property, and ways to make your lawn less appealing to these unwanted guests.
Don’t let mice play hide and squeak in your home! Our experts explain the features of a field mouse and most importantly, how to get rid of them! Find out how to keep unwanted house guests our of your home.
Bagworms grow and feed on trees causing significant damage. These pests can be dangerous and costly to your trees and shrubs. Protect your investment from bagworms
Mosquitos are for suckers. Your family deserves better! Our lawn care experts share some easy tips & tricks to help you get rid of mosquitoes. Take back your lawn.
Army ants are best known for their large, aggressive colonies. Learn how these pests work, survive, and most importantly, how to get rid of them!
Not only do grubs damage a lawn, they also attract moles & other yard-damaging guests. Usually, they will not go away naturally or on their own. Learn how to take back your lawn
Protect your family, guests, and pets from mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks by following these simple steps. You deserve to enjoy your lawn without the worry of pests!
The Spotted Lanternfly is known to feed on 70+ plant species! Our lawn care pros provide tips on how to protect your lawn from spotted lanternfly damage
An armyworm infestation can DESTROY your lawn in a matter of days if not treated quickly. Our lawn care experts have created this guide to help you take back your lawn.
It’s tempting to think that every bug you see is out to bite you, sneak into your home, or eat your plants. In reality though, that’s quite the opposite of the truth. Your yard is filled with insects whose presence and activity has positive impacts that reverberate across entire ecosystems.