Lawn Care Services in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Whether you live near the Annapolis Historic District, B&A Trail in Severna Park, Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary in Lothian, or Greenstreet Gardens in Davidsonville, our team of soil scientists and lawn professionals knows exactly what your turf needs to be the best lawn on the block.
Your grass, soil condition, yard usage, and goals are unique, which is why our soil scientists will evaluate your lawn, listen to your concerns, and formulate a custom lawn care program that helps you grow a lawn you’ll love to show off!
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What are the most common grass types in Anne Arundel County, MD?
In Anne Arundel County, you’ll likely find that cool-season grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and fine fescue are commonly used for turf and lawns in the area due to the temperate climate and moderate rainfall. These types of grasses are well-adapted to the region’s growing conditions and can thrive in the spring and fall when temperatures are cooler.
It’s also likely that some warm-season grasses, such as Bermuda grass, Zoysia grass, and Centipede grass, are also used in landscaping and lawns. These grasses are better adapted to the hot summer weather and are commonly used in the southern and coastal regions of Maryland.
What are the most common soil types in Anne Arundel County, MD?
The most common soil types in Anne Arundel County, MD are loamy sand, sandy loam, and silt loam.
What are the most common lawn issues Anne Arundel County, MD lawns face?
The most common lawn issues in Anne Arundel County, MD include fungal and pest infestations, soil compaction, nutrient deficiencies, and mowing and irrigation issues.
To ensure a healthy lawn, follow these simple tips:
- Aerate and overseed your lawn every year (fall is optimal)
- Mow at the proper height for your grass type and area
- Apply fertilizer and pre-emergent herbicides and insecticides
- Water the lawn deeply and infrequently
We offer lawn care services in the following zip codes in Anne Arundel County, MD
21401 21402 21403 21404 21405 21411 21412 21409
21012 21240 21225 20733 21114 21032 21226 21035
20751 21037 20755 20758 20765 21054 21056 21060
21061 21062 21076 21077 20776 20724 21090 20711
21106 21108 21113 21122 21123 21140 21144 21146
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We are at the end of our first year using BOG. Our yard has already come a long way. The customer service from Alicia has been prompt pleasant, easy and effective. I can't wait to see our yard next year!- Jaycen C.
Why Choose Blades of Green for your lawn care services
No, you won’t find us at the bar whipping up your favorite drink, but you will find us using our state-of-the-art mixing system to customize treatments daily. You won’t find that in aisle five at the hardware store, nor offered by our ‘competitors.’
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 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.
Lawn care questions frequently asked by Anne Arundel County, MD homeowners
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.
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://www.bladesofgreen.com/lawn-care/weed-control/how-to-get-rid-of-weeds/
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 Our lawn care programs include a variety of services ranging from an initial analysis of your property, soil test, multi-treatment fertilization, weed prevention and elimination, grub control, and pH adjustment and more. 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!