This compost is made from bracken and sheep's wool sourced from the Cumbrian fells, blended to provide the ideal balance of nutrients for growing organic vegetables, salads and fruit. 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.
The sheep's wool gives natural water retention and also provides a slow release of nitrogen. The high level of potash in the bracken promotes flowering and fruiting. Plus it contains natural micro-nutrients for growing healthy and delicious produce. Benefits of Wool Compost:
- 12 months feed
- Reduced watering
- Approved for organic growing
This compost is ideal for growing:
- Root vegetables
Packed in 30 litre bags. Available loose in bulk bags of 729 litres £195 / 1200 litres £295. Call 01931 713281 to inquire.
Delivery & Returns
Orders of 11 bags and less will be delivered by a courier using a Van. The standard delivery charge is £10 for 2 - 11 bags.
Orders of 12 bags plus will be delivered on a pallet by a courier using a Lorry. The standard delivery charge is £20 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 £20 per pallet. Bulk bags can be ordered via our sales team on 01931 713281.
How to Use
Fill raised beds and containers with Wool Compost for Vegetables and Salads, soak the compost well and then plant established plants and well grown seedlings directly into the compost.
For seedlings and plugs, dib a hole in to compost, place plug in hole, gently fill and water well.
Line potato and bean trenches with the compost before planting.
Can also be used to top dress established vegetable plots and raised beds.