E-coco bulb compost

Our organic and peat free mix is ideal for growing bulbs in containers, inside and out. It contains cocopeat, with natural rooting hormones to get your bulbs off to a good start. More
5 litre bag 430067-5L £13.50 In stock
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When in stock, please allow 2-3 working days for delivery.
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Our organic and peat free mix is ideal for growing bulbs in containers, inside and out. It contains cocopeat, with natural rooting hormones to get your bulbs off to a good start.

Coconut husk chops act as reservoirs and help moisture retention so you need to water less. Coconut husk charcoal and rice husks aid drainage and air circulation, keeping the growing media fresh.

  • Bulbs grown in pots require a light, fibrous growing material with good drainage, to keep the growing medium fresh and avoid bad smells
  • Simply use this as you would any ordinary compost when planting your bulbs in containers
  • Probe down deeply before watering, as you may find it’s not necessary
  • 5L bag
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Delivery

Hardware Delivery - When in stock, please allow 2-3 working days for delivery.

Next Day Delivery - Available for next day delivery if ordered before 12:30pm, Monday to Thursday. Applies to in stock seeds and hardware items only.

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E-coco bulb compost reviews

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Reviewed 26th June 2019 by Gilly

The whole collection were carefully planted as shown in two layers in two large terracotta pots. I waited and waited and one small one appeared and a few tips of some others. After that, nothing.
Can only think they did not like the wet winter weather. We eventually emptied the pots and found damaged bulbs. Desperately disappointed.