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Model: S26142
Excl. VAT€104.88
Brand: Evergreen Model: S57471
Excl. VAT€10.95
Brand: Evergreen Model: S57468
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Our range of compost, topsoil, and mulch products provides essential nutrients and support for healthy plant growth and garden maintenance. These products include:

  • Compost: Enrich your soil with organic matter to improve fertility and structure.
  • Topsoil: High-quality soil for planting, landscaping, and garden beds.
  • Mulch: Retain moisture, suppress weeds, and enhance the appearance of your garden with various mulch options.

Choose our high-quality compost, topsoil, and mulch products for a thriving, healthy, and beautiful garden.

What is compost?

Compost is a mixture of decomposed organic materials that can be used to enrich soil in gardens, farms, and landscapes. It is made up of things like leaves, grass clippings, fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells, coffee grounds, and other plant-based materials. When these materials decompose, they create a nutrient-rich soil amendment that helps promote healthy plant growth. Compost is also a great way to reduce food and yard waste, as it turns what would otherwise be thrown away into something valuable.

What is top soil?

The topsoil, which is typically the top layer of soil in a garden, is in charge of giving plant roots the vital nutrients, moisture, and air they require. It can have a variety of textures and depths, is often black in colour, and is abundant in organic stuff. A healthy plant's ability to grow requires it as well since it aids in water retention and creates a conducive environment for microbial activity.

What is mulch used for?

Mulch is a layer of material, such as wood chips or bark, that is spread over the soil surface. Mulch helps to retain moisture in the soil and reduce weed growth. It also provides a decorative touch to landscaping and can be used to control erosion. Mulch can also provide insulation for plant roots in cold climates and help regulate soil temperature in warm climates.

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