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New Horizon All plant Peat-free Multi-purpose Compost 50L
- New Horizon All Plant Compost has been specially created to be the perfect compost for all fruit and vegetables
- 0% Peat
- Potting: 1.Place plant in a new pot with new compost, 2.Fill gaps with new compost, firm down and water, 3.Thoroughly water the plant, 4.Gently tap the pot to remove, shake off loose compost. Planting out: 1.Dig a hole approx. twice the depth and diameter of the root ball, 2.Place plant in hole with new compost and 3.Fill gaps with new compost, firm down and water.
Features and benefits
New Horizon All Plant Compost has been specially created to be the perfect compost for all fruit and vegetables, herbs, & seedlings
- 100% sustainable, natural and peat-free compost
- Specially blended for all types of plants
- Base fertiliser – Feeds plants for up to 6 weeks
- Ideal for seedlings, containers, fruit and vegetables
- Use New Horizon All Plant Compost all around the garden for amazing results
Health and safety
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|Litre capacity (L)||50L|
MikeeP - 9 days ago
It’s great that B&Q now stock peat free compost and this is a compost that is easy to use and lasts well.
Covered in Mould
DisappointedPlantLady - 11 days ago
Should have listened to an earlier review which said it arrived mouldy.. I assumed it was a one-off, but I can tell you it is not... Same thing happened to mine.
JBHousehold - 16 days ago
Really like this and I have used it for a variety of plants- a few handfuls for newly planted shrubs which have loved it and also on fruit and veg. My neighbours have tried it too on my recommendation and like it
It’s good for plants that need free drainage.
peatbog - 24 days ago
Peat free products don’t hold on to moisture like peat. So it’s great for plants that like free draining compost and don’t like to sit in the wet. It’s not great for plants that like moisture rich conditions. Think of it as an ingredient to be mixed with other products like leaf mould or home made garden compost if you want to increase the moisture retention. Unfortunately, uses in containers you will have to water more frequently but it’s much better that than tear up more peat land.
TanyaGarry - 1 month ago
Apparently the soil was expired, when the bag was opened, a terrible smell emanated and all the compost was covered with mold. Had to throw everything away by paying another 2 pounds for each bag in the tip. Very disappointed