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GoodHome Fruit & vegetable Grow bag 27L

GoodHome Fruit & vegetable Grow bag 27L

£2.75
£0.10 per L
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Product information

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

Specifications

BrandGoodHome
StandardFSC certified
Litre capacity (L)27L
Peat content0%
Product code5036581090036

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frk - 1 month ago

I was concerned that a few people had found glass in the BQ crow bags . I just purchased 3 my self 21/03/2021 . I decided to open one and sieve the contents and I found no glass but a hand full of twigs and one peace of plastic. Considering the price they are value for money you only get what you pay for.

A fibrous mess with glass and plastic

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Pgibby - 1 month ago

I can’t believe you sell this. It’s full of glass and plastic.

Avoid, there was broken sharp glass inside of mine

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Anastasia1 - 4 months ago

I was truly lucky to use a spade to move the soil around (I usually do it with my hands in gloves only). There were a few broken sharp glass pieces which I have NEVER EVER encountered before in a shop bought compost! I am truly lucky not to cut my hands on it. Please, be careful about it!

Won't buy again

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K8 M - 9 months ago

I planted my tomatoes as usual using growbag rings. I've had plenty of success in the past using this method. These growbags remained waterlogged and the plants are dying. I have never had such poor results in more than 25 years of tomato growing.