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GoodHome Peat-free Fruit & vegetable Grow bag 27L
This GoodHome vegetable growbag is perfect for growing your fruit and vegetables. It is specially formulated to help your crops flourish and is packed with rich nutrients create the perfect environment for them to grow strong and healthy. This growbag is a great size and will be perfect for patios, green houses and even balconies
- Grow bag
- 100% coir, green compost & composted bark
- To plant up a Grow Bag, cut the required amount of X shapes in the top of the bag. Water the plants thoroughly before planting. Scoop out holes in the compost big enough for the roots of your plants. Pop in your plants and replace compost around them. Lightly firm the compost with your fingertips and water thoroughly.
Features and benefits
- This compost feeds for 4 months after planting
- This compost helps to retain the moisture and nutrients in your growbag
Health and safety
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|Litre capacity (L)||27L|
Worst ever grow bag
Tom ato grower - 3 days ago
I bought this product to plant 3 tomato plants i had no room in the garden for. The plants in the garden are about 4 times bigger with lots of tomatoes. The plants in the grow bag, which were the same size on planting have barely grown with very few tomatoes. I will never buy another grow home grow bag again. They are certainly lacking in nutrients and the pathetic results prove this
Alison 56 - 11 days ago
Worst grow bags ever purchased more wood than soil. Will definitely not buy again.
3 tomato plants dead peppers and cucumbers hardly grown.
Worst bags ever
Marty1972 - 15 days ago
Bought 3 bags for tomato plants.
Stunted crop,Money makers are poor crop.
Worse crop in years although other brand grow bags are producing well.
Tomatoes are not thriving
Tomatoes - 27 days ago
We totally support peat free compost, but this has not been successful for tomato seedlings. We have planted seedlings in this gro-bag and also in usual garden compost in pots and the ones in pots are about 4 times the size at this stage in early July. The compostion of this peat-free compost needs improving.
Barb70 - 1 month ago
Bought 2 bags for tomatoes but have not grown whilst tomatoes planted in other growbags have flourished