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Westland John Innes No.2 Pots & planters Compost 10L

Westland John Innes No.2 Pots & planters Compost 10L

£3.65
£0.37 per L
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Product information

  • For potting on.
  • 44% peat
  • Potting: Thoroughly water the plant, gently tap the pot to remove, shake off loose compost. Place plant in new pot with new compost, fill gaps with new compost, firm down and water. Planting Out: Dig a hole approximately. twice the depth and diameter of the root ball. Place plant in hole with new compost, fill gaps with new compost, firm down and water. One bag fills approximately 14x 10cm pots

Features and benefits

Westland John Innes No.2 Potting-on Compost, a loam based compost which is a naturally reduced peat mix, is a richer compost for vigorous seedlings and plants such as tomatoes, cucumbers, geranium, fuchsias and most house plants. Westland John Innes No.2 Potting-on Compost is the best choice for potting-on.

  • Feeds for 4-5 weeks after planting
  • Feeds & encourages healthy plant growth
  • Contains vital nutrients which feed for five weeks
  • Develops stronger roots

Specifications

BrandWestland
Litre capacity (L)10L
Product code5023377007521

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2.33 / 5(3 reviews)

contains peat

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Louise321 - 1 month ago

Please consider a B&Q peat-free alternative to this product.
Our UK peatlands are vital for carbon capture and act as our very own rainforest, as well as a haven for wildlife.
Thank you

Worst compost I've ever bought

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sazzledee - 3 months ago

This is the oddest compost I've ever purchased. It's very very sandy and heavy. Potted up 2 houseplants and after watering in it almost went clay like. The water takes forever to drain through and for sometime just sits on the surface. Once it starts to dry off it virtually solidifies. One of the plants I repotted is a young geranium which had been growing really well but needed a big pot hasn't put on a new leaf since it was transplanted. I had planned to use it in the garden containers but I daren't. Annoying as stuck with big bag of it now.

Great product

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Blackfingers - 7 months ago

Click and collected it, great price for a natural product. So much cheaper than the online auction site.