Garden Galore Pea Straw Mulch 90L
Ensure your garden is protected from the elements with Garden Galore Pea Straw Mulch.
This natural product protects plants from extremes in temperatures, keeps roots moist and suppresses weed growth. As it breaks down, nitrogen is added to the soil helping to improve soil condition and structure.
Ideal for all plant types. 90L of Garden Galore Pea Straw Mulch will coverapproximately 2-3m².
- Natural product.
- Suppresses weed growth.
- Conserves soil moisture.
- Protects roots against frost.
- Adds nitrogen to the soil as it breaks down.
Directions for use
- Prepare soil for mulching by removing any weeds.
- Place Garden Galore Pea Straw Mulch around plants as required to a depth of approximately 50mm.
- Be careful not to leave the mulch touching the trunk/stem of the plants as this can cause rot.
- Water thoroughly and watch your plants grow and flourish!
90L of Garden Galore Pea Straw Mulch will coverapproximately 2-3m².
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