Using the best garden compost is an easy and cheap way to improve your soil, enrich your garden and fertilize your lawn. Composts are made from masses of rotted organic matter which comes from plants and animals, the most common raw materials used are leaves, woody stems, grass clipping and animal manure.
Compost is used as a soil conditioner. Compost
improves your soil's structure so that it can retain moisture and hold
it at the roots, where your plants need it the most.
It adds nutrients to the soil. Adding compost to your vegetable or
flower beds will help your plants' root systems grow stronger. Improves
the soil structure, and creates a better plant root system.
It improves water holding capacity of sandy soils, reducing water loss. Supplies macro and micronutrients and supplies significant amount of organic matter. Using this improves the ability to hold nutrients for plant use and stabilizes soil pH.
Some plants need special compost called Ericaceous
compost which has a low ph balance and is used for plants such as
Azaleas, Rhododedrons, Heathers,and Magnolias. Ericaceous compost is
We have a wide range of compost available for all the different jobs for your garden.We have deals on bulk buys on our pallets of garden compost. Please contact us for more information on our deals.if you are unsure of anything please contact us for more advice and information. We are committed in helping you get the best from your garden.
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Godwins Multi Purpose Compost
Godwins Horse Manure
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Baileys Norfolk Topsoil
Decorative Wood Chip & Chip Bark
Irish Moss Peat
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