The characteristics of the
Organic Planting Soil 40 litres
Using the product
The planting soil is added when planting the hedge. Dig a trench that is at least twice as wide as the pot or root ball and around 2 cm deeper than the root ball. Next, loosen the soil in the trench and use 40 litres of planting soil per three linear metres. Remove the pot from the plant if there is one and place the plant in the trench to which the planting soil has been added. Fill up the trench with a mixture of planting soil and soil from the trench and press down firmly. Then give the plant a good amount of water.
You will need around 13 litres of planting soil for each running metre of hedge. If you have a hedge that is 3 metres long, for instance, you will need around 40 litres of planting soil.
The planting soil provides around two months? worth of food for the plant. This gives the plant a good basis and new plantings are less likely to fail. The soil is suitable for all garden plants, hedges, and trees.
Content: 40 litres
Suitable for: Outdoors
Composition: 45% peat materials, 40% natural compost, 15% composted pine bark, 1.3 kg lime, and 0.8 kg mineral fertilizers. With added root stimulator.