Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: Burien Bark!


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by Bart Bryan and Mark Neuman

We at The B-Town Blog offer a groundbreaking and earth-turning welcome to our newest advertiser, Burien Bark.

“We’re more than just bark,” said Jeff Clairmont of Burien Bark. “We have products, tools and accessories for the professional contractor and the everyday home gardener. Our products assist in fixing and beautifying your yard, finishing the simplest, smallest project all the way to the complete landscape overhaul.”

New to gardening? Some people call a spade a spade.

“Here at Burien Bark we call a shovel a shovel and we’ll help the newbie tell the difference.”

“We’ll happily mix various types of bark or gravel for you, if that’s what you want,” Jeff added.

In fact, when our B-Town Blog reporters stopped in the other day, Pablo the mix master and Paylin the earth mover were groovin’ to a fertile remix of Donny and Marie’s “I’m a Little Bit Manure, You’re a Little Bit Sod and Steerco.”

Stop in and say Hi to the crew at Burien Bark. In addition to Jeff, Pablo and Paylin, there’s Deana, Ellis and Barb.

Jeff, a gardener in his own right, is also an avid fisherman. Come by, drop in anytime, and he’ll not fail to regale you in the story of the big fish, the one that got away.

On the wall he has pictures, between the trowels and the clippers, of the ones who decided to stay.

Deliveries of sod, bark and gravel are available. Please call or stop by for delivery fee information.

Here are some other items available at Burien Bark:

  • Assorted fertilizers and weed preventatives
  • Wind chimes
  • Firewood
  • Bird baths
  • Peat moss
  • Bamboo screens
  • Gloves and trowels
  • Potted plants
  • Assorted seeds to start a lovely garden
  • And pink flamingos!

Burien Bark
13258 1st Ave South # E (map below)
Burien, WA 98168
(206) 242-6567
www.burienbark.com

Hours:

  • Monday through Saturday 8am to 5:30pm
  • Sunday 10am to 2pm

So click on their Ad, check out their website, or better yet – stop by and stock up on your gardening and other supplies!


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One Response to “Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: Burien Bark!”
  1. Greg Rehmke says:

    Economists argue that a key benefit of advertising is education. People often don't know what products are available, and what their benefits are. So… what is bark? Where does it come from? Maybe it is peeled off trees cut and used for lumber? Should we be concerned about "barking up the wrong tree": that is, is bark from some trees better than others?

    Bark has environmental benefits, right? It holds in moisture, meaning we water less and there is less run-off. It keeps weeds down so we use less pesticide? So… I look forward to another post about all things bark…

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