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EasyMulch

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Protective Mulch Cover

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Single 15kg bags of easyMulch can be purchased when your order total is £150+ ex VAT*
 
easyMulch provides a simple, cost effective and environmentally friendly way for mulching your garden. Separating it from other mulch types such as leaf mulch, compost mulch and pine bark mulch, easyMulch is made from organic British straw and is distributed in a unique pellet form. The pellets are made especially for garden plants and can be used throughout borders, raised beds, planters and on fruit and vegetable plots, satisfying heaps of gardening needs. In addition, the pellets in production are sterilized at a high temperature (90°C+) and are therefore weed and disease free. 
 
Unlike wood mulch, this innovative planting essential is quick and easy to use and will remain as a protective cover for your plants as it will not blow away in strong winds or bring unwanted garden pests and diseases into your green space. 
 
Benefits to using easyMulch:
 
  • Highly absorbent garden mulch will retain up to 300% water by volume
  • Reduces weeds, gardens pests and diseases
  • The pellets are PH balanced and will not deplete soil nitrates
  • Quick and easy to use, simply spread and add water
  • No need for expensive fertilizers and weed killers
  • Cost effective
  • Enriches and improves soil structure
  • One bag (15kg) will cover 8m of hedging
  • Suitable for every root type
  • Pet friendly and unlike bark will not be carried out onto lawns by birds
  • The 15kg bags are easy to carry
  • Excess easyMulch pellets can be stored indefinitely and will not start composting   
  • It will easily last 12 to 14 months, but can be topped up as required 
  • The pellets can also be used to maintain soil moisture during germination
 
 
How to use easyMulch:
 
  • Remove any fallen leaves or unwanted growth from around the base of your plants and water the area
  • Spread one thick layer of easyMulch pellets over the soil
  • Using a garden hose, watering can or you can include an irrigation kit along your planting site, thoroughly soak the pellets until they achieve a darker colour
  • Leave for a few hours and once you return you will notice the pellets will have expanded (up to 4 times their size)
  • easyMulch will return to a lighter colour as and form a protective dry crust over the soil, although it will be moist below. 
  • Rake the mulch so that all of the soil is covered

 

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After watering easyMulch will eventually return to a lighter colour and form a protective cover. This cover, as it is dries, stops moisture escaping from the soil as well as weeds forming and helps prevent slug and snail attacks as they both are deterred by the dry spiky surface. Although rain water will slowly filter through this cap and find its way to the plant from the surrounding area, in very dry conditions, the protective cover may have to be broken down to allow more water in directly above the plant. It will release itself soon after.  

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Pot grown and cell grown plants are available year round and make a great option when planting a hedge. Pots come in various sizes, as do the plants grown in them, and can be planted when convenient for you. These plants will be happy in their pots, given enough water, until you’re ready to plant. Cell Grown plants are usually small, 10-30cm and a great step between Pots and Bare Roots.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Bare root hedging plants are extremely popular. They are delivered and should be planted during the dormant season (usually November to April) and can be pre ordered from mid-summer. We recommend pre-ordering where possible to reserve your plants but take new orders right the way through the season. Bare roots are a cost effective way of planting a new hedge.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Root balls are generally available from October through to April/May, though some species are available year round. The plants are field grown and then lifted with a ‘ball’ of soil around the roots that is secured with hessian and sometimes wire. Root balls are often very impressive plants that can be pre ordered from mid-summer.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Instant hedging provides immediate impact to any project. These hedge units are grown in troughs or strong bags where they are shaped and pruned over many years to create a hedging panel that is already knitted together, producing an impressive instant hedge. Instant hedging is available to plant year round.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Here you will see all of the hedging plants that we provide in this species under one tab. From small cell grown plants to large root balls it’s all here! To narrow down the list or view the root types individually please use the other tabs.

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