Peat Free Multi Purpose Compost

Looking to switch up your gardening routine? Our eco-friendly Peat Free Multi Purpose Products may be just what you need! These products are quite a bit easier on the environment than other types of compost. The compost is a blend of plant-based materials, including composted bark fines and PAS100 certified soil improver with added nutrients. Order online today! We deliver nationwide.

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Why peat free compost is the future

We love the fact that we can offer you 100% peat free general-purpose planting compost. It's perfect for most applications where the benefits of adding nutrients and structure to the soil are required. If you're committed to growing the best plants in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way without using peat, you've come to the right place. Peat has been found to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, contributing to climate change. The huge peat extraction has had a negative impact on wildlife. Some species are even in danger of becoming extinct. Unlike peat, these products contain only natural ingredients and don't affect groundwater. They also help grow plants more nutritiously because of their 100% organic ingredients.

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Why compost is necessary

It is necessary to add compost to your garden soil in order to prevent it from becoming exhausted and the soil structure from deteriorating. Compost contains organic nutrients which are released slowly into the soil so plants can absorb them. This promotes healthy root growth and helps keep our plants healthy during winter! With compost, you mix organic matter into your soil which result nourishes it. For the ornamental garden, spread a layer of 2 to 5 millimetres of compost around your plants and lightly turn the soil with a rake. Compost can be applied year-round, but during spring and autumn is most common.

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