Growing Media

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Historically a bone of contention with organic growers, it’s traditionally been difficult to get good growing mediums that qualify as peat free and organic. These days, thankfully, organic composts are greatly improved. Peat free composts, which help to protect natural peat environments, are sustainable and a huge improvement on growing mediums of the past. This is particularly important when growing young plants.

An important note when using seed composts is to ensure they are low in nutrients and encourage root development. This means these types of composts are perfec. . . Show More >

Historically a bone of contention with organic growers, it’s traditionally been difficult to get good growing mediums that qualify as peat free and organic. These days, thankfully, organic composts are greatly improved. Peat free composts, which help to protect natural peat environments, are sustainable and a huge improvement on growing mediums of the past. This is particularly important when growing young plants.

An important note when using seed composts is to ensure they are low in nutrients and encourage root development. This means these types of composts are perfectly suited for use in propagators. Potting on composts or multi-purpose organic composts are derived from natural products such as green waste, manure, wool and bracken, and all condition your soil. After use, they can be recycled, composted or used as mulches. Organic growing mediums have also become very specialised, with specific composts from ericaceous plants, vegetables & salads and grow bags.


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Historically a bone of contention with organic growers, it’s traditionally been difficult to get good growing mediums that qualify as peat free and organic. These days, thankfully, organic composts are greatly improved. Peat free composts, which help to protect natural peat environments, are sustainable and a huge improvement on grow. . . Show More >

Historically a bone of contention with organic growers, it’s traditionally been difficult to get good growing mediums that qualify as peat free and organic. These days, thankfully, organic composts are greatly improved. Peat free composts, which help to protect natural peat environments, are sustainable and a huge improvement on growing mediums of the past. This is particularly important when growing young plants.

An important note when using seed composts is to ensure they are low in nutrients and encourage root development. This means these types of composts are perfectly suited for use in propagators. Potting on composts or multi-purpose organic composts are derived from natural products such as green waste, manure, wool and bracken, and all condition your soil. After use, they can be recycled, composted or used as mulches. Organic growing mediums have also become very specialised, with specific composts from ericaceous plants, vegetables & salads and grow bags.


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Wool Compost Wool Compost

30 Litres x 1, 2, 20 or 30 Bags

£15.99
Wool Compost for Seeds Wool Compost for Seeds

Buy 1 or 3 Bags

£12.99
Wool Compost for Veg and Salads Wool Compost for Veg and Salads

30 Litre Bag - Buy 1 or 2

£15.99
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