Our Wool Compost for Seeds has a fine texture with good drainage to provide a perfect start for seeds. A specially blended mix that give seeds every chance to germinate. Now with added Comfrey! – the organic gardeners best friend – a ‘dynamic accumulator’ packed with nutrients is added into the Wool Compost range. Comfrey's ‘Bocking 14’ variety has high levels of potassium, phosphorous & nitrogen for healthy plant growth, larger flowers & bigger crops.
- Strong germination rates
- Healthy root development
- Reduced watering
- Balanced first feed
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Packed in 12 litre bags - sufficient for 2 trays. Available loose in bulk bags of 800 litres £325. Call 01931 713281 to inquire.
Delivery & Returns
How much does it cost for my order to be delivered?
Orders of 11 bags and less will be delivered by a courier using a Van. The standard delivery charge is £10 for 2 bags and £15 for 3 - 11 bags.
Orders of 12 bags plus will be delivered on a pallet by a courier using a Lorry. The standard delivery charge is £25 per pallet, for 12 - 70 bags or 1 bulk bag.
You can mix and match bagged composts - we will base the delivery price on total number of bags. There is a minimum order quantity of 2 bags.
Bulk bags will be delivered on a pallet by a courier using a Lorry. The standard delivery charge is £25 per pallet. Bulk bags can be ordered via our sales team on 01931 713281.
Find out more about delivery and returns
How to Use
- Loosely fill pots or trays - tamp and gently water compost
- Sow seeds sparingly - follow instructions on packet
- Place in a propagator, greenhouse or on a warm windowsill
- 'Water to touch' - keep compost moist but do not overwater
- Wait with eager anticipation
- When roots are developed, transfer to our Wool Compost range.
Agents of Fiels shows us how to sow a variety of seeds
Kim Stoddart explains how to use our Wool Compost for Seeds here
NOTE: Always wear gloves when handling natural composts. Store in a cool dry place.
Our composts are made from nutrient rich natural products. They can leach causing staining. Be careful using on light surfaces.