Moss is very invasive in the Pacific Northwest!  It can grow in lawns and even on other hard surfaces. Whereas weeds thrive in sunlit areas of your lawn, moss thrives in shady areas that aren’t in direct sunlight. Moss can flourish for many reasons, including the following:

  • Poor lawn drainage
  • Soil compaction
  • Poor ground fertility
  • Improper mowing practices
  • Too heavily shaded

Call today to schedule a lawn consultation.  We can recommend a custom-made course of action fixing the issues causing moss in the lawn including but not limited to the following:

  • Consistent mowing and height of cut
  • Lawn aeration on a bi-annual or annual basis
  • Tree thinning for better light and air flow
  • A consistent fertilization and weed control program
  • Liming
  • Iron application (for a moss die back)
  • Thatching
  • Over seeding

Whatcom Lawns offers all these services listed above.  We can give you a great looking lawn once again!

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Whatcom Lawns, Inc
530 E. Wiser Lake Rd
Lynden, WA 98264
(360) 354-5124

DO YOU HAVE A WHATCOM LAWN?

From our management team to our lawn and landscape maintenance crews, you will be provided with professional services from our experienced staff. Our lawn and landscape maintenance crews are fully insured and share Whatcom Lawns’ passion for helping homeowners rediscover quality, exceptional customer service, and the beauty of a well-maintained yard once again!

From the equipment we use, irrigation parts to keep your system up and running, and the perfect seed blend for your lawn, we pride ourselves in using the most up to date products on the market. We have researched and chosen the best products for our area and its climate and have happy clients all over Bellingham and Whatcom county.

From your initial estimate meeting to the moment your lawn or landscaping job is completed, we ensure that the process will run smoothly, and the job will meet your expectations. We have offered superior lawn and landscaping services to Bellingham and the rest of Whatcom County for nearly twenty years.