Wool-based, peat free & approved for organic growing
The Garden Superstore's new wool compost range
Wool-based, peat-free & approved for organic growing.
The Garden Superstore are offering you a brand new compost range. If you've been waiting for the best time to start growing organic or maybe you have got problems with water retention - no need to worry! Dalefoot Composts are made from wool which is a great alternative.
Dalefoot's Soil Association approved composts are made on their small hill farm in the Lake District. The Ideas of their composts came from old gardening books, where many good ideas have been forgotten.
Sheep's wool sheared each year from their flock and their neighbours' - provides an alternative source of income to local hill farmers. They harvest bracken from the fells of the Lake District on rotation, which improves the habitat for ground nesting birds and butterflies, mostly the High Brown Fritillary.
There are 4 new products in the range that are made to suit different needs.
Why not grab yourself a bag and see for yourself?
Dalefoot Wool Compost for SeedsDalefoot Wool Compost for Seeds is an excellent choice when growing organic produce. This peat free compost option is a fantastic option which provides a fertile environments for your seeds to grow!
Dalefoot Wool Compost for PottingDalefoot Wool Compost for Potting gives your plants a better chance with the compost offering high water retention. It you won't need to use extra feed or water retaining gels.
Dalefoot Wool Compost for Vegetables and SaladsWith the Dalefoot Wool Compost for Vegetables and Salads you will reduce the amount of watering by 50% compared to peat compost. This compost feeds throughout growing season and is best used for 'grow your own' vegetables, salad and fruit.
Dalefoot Compost Lakeland GoldThe Dalefoot Lakeland Gold Compost is a traditional clay-buster and 'Gold-standard' Autumn Mulch which will encourage worms and enrich your soil. You will have improved water retention added nutrition, particularly if mulched into your beds in Autumn.
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