All of our products are certified organic and vegan, completely natural, peat free and contain no chemicals.
Soil is full of organisms that work to create and maintain healthy soil. We need to feed and nurture these organisms to naturally improve our soil. Chemical fertilisers don’t do this and serve no benefit other than providing a quick boost to the plants.
By adding organic matter in liquid or solid form we are supporting this ecosystem in a sustainable way. In return, the organisms will break down the organic matter and release the nutrients back in to the soil for the plants to absorb as they need them.
Our new natural compost, contains our fabulous plant feed and soil conditioner, and will provide all the balanced nutrients your plants need to thrive. With all its wonderful moisture retaining and aerating properties, watering requirements during the hot summer months will be reduced and when added to your vegetable or flower beds the compost will improve the long term structure and organic matter content of your soil. Perfect for container plants, hanging baskets and indoor houseplants.
Our natural liquid fertiliser is concentrated and, once diluted, can be poured around the base of all plants in the garden and in your home, to be quickly absorbed as a potent source of organic food. Houseplants can be fed by pouring around the base of the plant, or they love to have a bottom feed by standing the plant pot in a bowl or sink with the diluted liquid feed and leave it to soak all the goodness up.
Our natural plant feed and soil conditioner is a mulch that can be mixed into the soil/compost before planting, or used on the surface of your beds and pots as a top dressing. Rich in nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and other trace elements, it will be broken down gradually by organisms in the soil/compost as a long-term, slow release fertiliser. If you have clay soil, or soil which is full of stones, the plant feed and conditioner will improve the quality and structure of your soil. The mulch is also excellent at helping to retain moisture, which in turn reduces the amount of watering you will need to do – perfect!