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GoodHome Multi-purpose Compost 50L
This GoodHome multi-purpose compost is perfect for beds and borders, pots and hanging baskets. It locks in essential nutrients and moisture to help your crops flourish, use with our multi-purpose plant food for tastier fruit and vegetables and bigger blooms
- Growing plants in hanging baskets, pots and window boxes. Rooting cuttings and sowing seeds in seed trays and pots. Potting on seedlings and rooted cuttings
- 100% coir, green compost & composted bark
- To re-pot a plant, water well 1-2 hours before re-potting. Add a layer of compost to a slightly larger pot. Gently remove plant from pot. Pop plant into the larger pot and top up with compost. Lightly firm the compost with your fingertips and water.
Features and benefits
- This compost feeds for up to 8 weeks after planting
- This compost can be used in pots & planters
- This compost helps to reduce garden maintenance by retaining moisture in your soil
|Litre capacity (L)||50L|
Very bad quality
Sahrish - 2 days ago
I bought this product for my garden but disappointed as it’s got more rubbish than actually soil and more wood too and I will not recommend this to anyone
Good for price
trish007 - 22 days ago
I bought this for some containers I bought. I needed quite a bit and found this to be competitively priced. I have not had any problems with mushrooms growing and the plant I have planted are doing fine.
Great value peat free compost
DavidJ194 - 1 month ago
Peat free compost is often expensive, and variable in quality (although no more so than most peat based). This is a great value peat free compost ideal for filling tubs and containers. It can be quite coarse and is not reliably suitable for seeds - but it's not sold as a seed compost! There are lots of complaints about mushrooms in other reviews: healthy compost is full of living organisms so this isn't a bad thing.
A competitively priced peat free option
LC83 - 1 month ago
Great product and price for what it is. Of course it's fibrous, it's made from coir, wood bark and green waste rather than peat! Any fungi that grow are breaking down the organic detritus into compounds accessible to your plants rather than doing any harm.
Concern re:spores and mushrooms.
Sal007 - 1 month ago
As many people have posted, this is a very fibrous compost - it has been bulked up with all sorts of rubbish. My biggest concern is the yellow/green spores growing in it and the appearance of mushrooms. Are these harmful and should I plant out in the garden?