Enriched Peat-free Topsoil 35L

Enriched Topsoil is a rich and fertile product suitable for creating new beds and borders, as well as raised beds. It boosts trees and shrubs during the planting process, and it can also be used for general lawn repair and preparation, for example to prepare a seed bed when laying a lawn.

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What is enriched peat-free topsoil?

Enriched peat-free topsoil is a type of soil that has been specially formulated to provide plants with the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. Unlike traditional topsoil, which is often mixed with peat, enriched peat-free topsoil is made from a blend of natural ingredients that have been carefully selected to provide the perfect balance of nutrients and organic matter.


What is the difference between traditional topsoil and enriched peat-free topsoil?

Peat-free topsoil is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional topsoil, as it does not involve the extraction of peat, which is an important carbon sink and habitat for many species of plants and animals. In addition, enriched peat-free topsoil is often made from recycled materials, such as green waste, which further reduces its environmental impact.

Enriched peat-free topsoil is typically enriched with a range of essential nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, which are essential for healthy plant growth. It may also contain a range of other beneficial additives, such as composted bark, which can help to improve soil structure and drainage.

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Where to use enriched peat-free topsoil?

Enriched peat-free topsoil is suitable for a wide range of gardening applications, including planting beds, borders, and vegetable patches. It can be used to improve the quality of existing soil or to create new planting areas from scratch. It is particularly useful in areas where the soil quality is poor, as it can help to improve soil fertility and support healthy plant growth.