Rockville, Maryland’s dependable lawn care experts since 1989
Whether you live near the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, Rockville Town Square, or the Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine, our team of soil scientists and lawn professionals knows exactly what your turf needs to be the best yard on the block.
Your lawn is as special as you are, which is why our soil scientists will listen to your concerns and formulate a custom lawn care program. This ensures you see the best results as soon as possible.
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What are the most common weeds found in Rockville, MD?
You will frequently find weeds such as plantain, dandelions, and crabgrass in Rockville.
What are the most common grass types in Rockville, MD?
Perennial ryegrass, Kentucky bluegrass, and tall fescue are the most common grass types found in Rockville.
What is the most common soil type in Rockville, MD?
The soil type most commonly found in Rockville is Sandy loam soil.
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Lawn Care Services for your Rockville, MD Home
You know every spring when your neighbor’s yard looks like it’s full of doggy doo. It’s actually not. They ordered aeration and seeding for their bald and patchy grass. How’s your grass lookin’?
There is nothing worse than having some sweet tea in a storm of mosquitos and your animals full of ticks. Let us make your outdoor activities stress-free!
There is nothing worse than your good looking trees getting infected by pests and having to call all out the tree folks to chop it down. We’ll make your trees and shrubs protected and help them live a long life.
Imagine playing catch with your kids or playing croquet and tripping over mounds and holes created by nasty, pesky rodents… we’ll take care of it and no ankles will get broken.
Our individualized plans are designed to get rid of pests on your property while also using some of the safest products that have passed both EPA inspection and our own safety qualifications.
Your home’s landscape beds are a major part of your property’s curb appeal. No one wants passerbys commenting on your unsightly beds! Let us make your property a hit.
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12 winter lawn care tips to help your lawn go into hibernation during the cold months
Each year, as the weather cools down, your grass settles in for it’s annual cold-weather nap. And while it may well look like it’s dead, gone, and in need of a replacement, it reliably bounces back each spring. But what exactly is going on when your grass turns brown for the winter? And how can you be sure it isn’t dead? Read on to find out!
Wondering when to lime a yard in Maryland or Northern Virginia? Our soil experts are here to explain why your soil might need it, the benefits & best time to apply a lime treatment
Transform your lawn from dull to dynamic with aeration and seeding. In this blog, our soil scientist explains the best time to aerate and overseed in MD & NoVA
Orchard grass—it blends in easily, comes back each year, and can take over your yard if left to its own devices. It is one of the most consistently-forgotten lawn menaces, but, at the same time, is one that you’re quite likely to encounter. With that in mind, we want to help you better understand this weed and teach you a few of our favorite ways to keep your lawn healthy.
Weeds are an eyesore to every homeowner! Learn the 6 most common weeds found in Maryland & Northern Virginia, how to get rid of them and prevent future problems
Ensure your trees & shrubs reach their full potential and bloom bigger and better than ever! Create a lawn you’re proud of with a custom tree and shrub care
There are 3 main components to proper fertilization: nitrogen, phosphorus & potassium. Learn how these nutrients play an important role in proper plant nutrition.
All aeration and seeding services are not created equal. Knowing what questions to ask will ensure that you achieve great results with proper aeration & seeding
Trees and shrubs require nutrients, protection, and frequent attention to thrive. Know how to identify and treat health concerns with your lawn, yard or garden.