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Westland Westcountry Gold Compost 6.99 3 for 15

Westland Westcountry Gold Compost 6.99 3 for 15

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Westcountry Gold Compost - designed by us for gardener's !

this product is 40% reduced peat and has added seaweed to differentiate it from other products on the market. We have worked hard to deisgn a new compost that perfoms well and is exlcuisve to us and our GWP group of 7 independent garden centres in the South West. You can only buy this in Plymouth from us!

Ideal for use all around the garden this premium compost contains nutrients to feed your plant for up to 5 weeks.

  • Perfect for all life stages of plants
  • Now suitable for seed sowing
  • Stronger plant development
  • More flowers, more vibrancy, longer plant life
  • Ideal for containers and hanging baskets
  • Avaliable in 50Litre bag

How do I use it?

First put on a pair of gloves and rework compost between your hands, so it retains its intended texture. Then you're all set!

Handy gardening tips

  • Store in a frost free place away from weedkillers and other chemicals.
  • Re-seal bag after use.
  • Not suitable for use with ericaceous (lime hating) plants.
  • Wash hands after use. 

Seedlings/Pricking out

Image of a pair of hands using a dibber to prick out seedlings.

• Pick out seedlings once they are large enough to handle. Hold seedlings by the leaves to avoid damage and tease out root using a dibber or pencil.

• Plant seedlings apart to allow for growth. Water regularly until the seeds are ready to be potted on.


Image of a pair of hands taking a root ball out of a plant pot.

• Water plant well and allow to drain before potting. Allow enough space to accommodate the roots.

• Remove from pot and plant in container, firming the compost gently around the roots.

• Once fully planted, water well.

Taking cuttings

Image of a pair of hands using a knife to take a cutting from a plant.

• Fill seed tray evenly with compost, firm gently and water.

• Make a sloping cut in the stem of the cutting and remove all bottom leaves.

• Dip the end of the cutting in a hormone rooting powder to encourage rooting.

• Make a hole in the compost with a pencil/dibber.

• Place cutting in the hole and firm compost gently around it.

• Cover the tray with polythene or glass to prevent drying out and place in a warm spot, away from direct sunlight until the cuttings have taken.

Hanging Baskets 

Image of a pair of hands potting up a hanging basket.

• Line the basket and fill with compost. Plant with trailing plants around the outside and upright plants in the middle.

• Water well.

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