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Verve Fruit & vegetable Grow bag
- Ideal for Tomatoes, Courgettes, Cucumbers, Aubergines, Fruit, Flowers or Herbs.
- 75% bark fines & 25% green compost
- Cut the required amount of X shapes. Water the plants thoroughly before planting. Scoop out holes big enough for your plants. Pop in your plants and replace compost around them. Lightly firm the compost with your fingertips and water thoroughly.
Features and benefits
Our Verve growbag is a versatile planting bag which can be used anywhere from a windowsill to the greenhouse for growing flowers, fruit or vegetables. It is filled with a specially formulated compost which is rich in potash.
- Suitable for greenhouse, conservatory or patio use
- Rich in potash for abundant flowering & fruiting
This is so bad
JLK 1 - 1 year ago
I bought 24 bags, to be honest DO NOT BUY IT AGAIN DO NOT BUY IT,
You buying rubbish and not good al all
Very Poor Quality
Sedgemoor - 1 year ago
Emptied out several bags of this for potting up early potatoes and the quality is really poor, contains a lot of very fibrous material that looks as though it's partially composted bark or wood chip, don't expect much to grow in this, should have known better at this price.
garbage, dont use it, it kills plants.
almacdoug - 1 year ago
i bought this for some tomato seedlings and it is rubbish, really poor quality, the plants wilted and died, one by one, in it. i also had some jacks magic for the same seedlings and they were all thriving in it, so its not the seedlings, or the feeds its the soil. I would not buy this soil, nor would i recommend it, its useless.
Waste of time
Amanda43 - 1 year ago
I have never had a bad crop of runner beans with grow bags.
This was the worst crop ever. A complete waste of time from the start
June glasgow - 1 year ago
I always use grow bags to grow my tomatoes in my greenhouse and this is always very successful but I used these bags this year and my tomatoes are the worst ever. Growth is spindly and few fruits despite feeding as normal. Would never buy these again!