Westland Landscape Bark is perfect for creating low maintenance beds & borders. It reduces the need for frequent weeding and therefore the amount of time spent on weeding. It can also be used to create rustic natural looking pathways through woodland and large borders. Additionally, the bark is produced from responsible conifer plantations which are grown for the timber industry and are certified by Forest Stewardship Council standards (FSC®).
Jack’s Magic All Purpose Compost 50:50 is a new and improved blend now enriched with BIO3, our revolutionary new peat alternative. The new and improved formulation not only looks different, but performs differently too. This makes it our most sustainable Jack’s yet – but with even bigger and better results.
For creating new beds and borders or simply improving existing soil in your garden Westland Top Soil is ideal for a high quality finish. Furthermore, it is perfect for general lawn preparation and repairs such as levelling lawns. Therefore making it the ideal accompaniment for your general garden use.
New Horizon All Plant Compost is a naturally peat-free formulation that gives every plant triple the goodness. It is an blend of loam, coir and added ingredients, which together create a compost with excellent moisture-holding and aerating properties.
Westland Ericaceous Planting & Potting Mix has been specially blended with added zinc complex. This helps to naturally support plant health for an abundance of stronger, healthier acid-loving plants such as rhododendrons, azaleas and also camellias. Zinc complex is important in the production of plant growth hormone auxin. Improving transport of water as well as nutrients around the plant. Promoting root and shoot growth for stronger, healthier plants. Our Ericaceous Planting & Potting Mix also encourages photosynthesis for plant energy production. 6-month slow-release feed for sustained growth Slow release iron to maintain acidic root environment Promotes chlorophyll production for greener as well as glossier foliage Added zinc complex helps build plant resilience
Cambark Chunky Chip Bark is a specially selected and graded premium quality ground bark. Unlike most bark products Cambark is made from pine to give a rich golden appearance to complement and enhance the texture and colour of your garden. Using bark taken only from sustainable forests Cambark Chunky Chip is environmentally safe, clean and easy to handle. It is far more than mere decoration and will give you many practical benefits. Key Features: Lasts twice as long as spruce bark Outstanding quality and appearance Superior moisture control FSC and playgrade quality Gives an attractive and pleasing finish. Reduces garden maintenance by suppressing weed growth. Retains suitable moisture keeping your plants more healthy. Provides year round protection and insulation for plant roots from extremes of temperature, excessive heat in summer and damaging frosts in winter. Reduces the impact of heavy rain and prevents mud slashes on plants and walls, so your garden stays tidy. Encourages earth worm activity helping to improve soil aeration and enhancing organic matter levels, fertility and soil structure; plants are happier under these conditions. Discourages slugs and snails due to its texture.
Our Westland Container & Basket Planting Mix has been specially blended for season long flowering, now a peat free blend. Enriched with water retaining granules, this mix will help also protect your plants from under watering and therefore support vibrant and healthy plants.
Westland Gardener’s Multi Purpose Compost is produced from premium grade Irish blended peat which has been milled and graded to produce a quality growing media and blended with the correct nutrient and trace element balance to ensure healthy plants, vibrant flowers and quality fruit.
Turnips are often underrated, but not by gardeners who appreciate their delicate, fine flavour. Purple Top Milan is especially flavoursome. Pick when no more than 5cm (2in) across for the best flavour. Sowing Outdoors: March - July.
This is a versatile variety, ideal for leaf or hearts. Winter Special is a winter hardy type which is slower to form hearts than other varieties, giving it a longer cropping period for tender greens perfect for repeat harvest. Plants can be left to form hearts and treated as Sweetheart Cabbage. Spring greens are packed full of iron and vitamins - a real 'super-food'.
Living up to its name, Sweet Million produces masses of small, round, richly coloured fruits whether in a greenhouse or grown outdoors. Expect up to 50 delicious cherry tomatoes per truss. Perfect for containers. Heavy cropping. Sow Date: Jan-May.
Land cress is the next best thing to watercress, but does not need running water to produce a delicious crop. It is best in a shady spot, so is good for inter-cropping with taller vegetables. It thrives with plenty of moisture in the soil and the leaves can be picked all year round to add a ‘zing’ to salads. High yielding. Yellow fruit. Sow Date: Mar-Sep.
Blended Red and Green Salad Bowl, Lollos Rossa and Biondi, and the curiously named Black Seeded Simpson lettuces to give you a plentiful supply of attractive and delicious leaves for summer salads. Tasty summer salads. Cut & come again. Sow Date: Mar-Jul
If you have rats on your premises and you need to get rid of them humanely then the Raco Rat Snap Trap does the job. It is easy to use and will kill the rat swiftly with one quick strike of the metal bar.
One of the earliest and best spring cabbages, Durham Early produces large, solid heads of excellent quality when other vegetables are scarce. It is good used as ‘spring greens’. Firm, pointed hearts. Spring harvest. Sow:Jul-Sep. Blooms: Apr-May.
This calabrese produces a nicely domed head and, once cut, the plant will carry on and grow a good crop of side shoots. It is very tasty steamed or boiled. Sow Feb - April / September - October. Harvest June - September.
This carrot is an F1 variety meaning it has excellent disease resistance and also as the name suggests resists again carrot root fly. Expect the crops to be large, smooth and cylindrical with excellent flavour.
A very hardy longpod variety which grows nicely in warm soil, and is tough enough to over-winter. It yields well and produces tender white beans of good quality. Freeze any surplus for future use. Do not sow later than mid January.