Growsource delivers bark mulch throughout Whatcom County—from five to 20 yards at a time. Call us to order one of the products described below. 360-318-8554.
Black bark is the premier choice for gardening pros. Growsource’s black bark has been composted for about a year which produces a dark brown/black garden mulch product. Our black bark is screened to 1” and smaller and it is absolutely beautiful. The colors of your flowers and landscape plants will pop when they are surrounded by our black bark. Black bark mulch also suppresses weeds and helps maintain soil moisture in the summer months.
Fine bark is a mix of fir and hemlock that is screened to 1” and smaller. This reddish-brown landscape mulching product is often the choice for Whatcom County landscapers and gardeners who want a somewhat smooth, finished look. Fine bark helps suppress weeds and maintain moisture in the soil during the summer months.
Medium bark is a mix of fir and hemlock that is screened to approximately 2” and smaller—it is a reddish-brown color. Medium bark offers excellent, long-lasting coverage. Medium bark is a bit chunkier looking than fine bark—it will take a bit longer to compost into the soil. Medium bark also helps suppress weeds and maintain soil moisture in the summer months.
Cedar chips can be used to create informal paths and walkways. It can be used as a garden mulch around raised beds and in other plant-free areas.