Composted Bark

Composted Bark

Revitalise tired soils in your garden with Westland Composted Bark. Providing a rich source of composted organic matter Westland Composted Bark will help improve soil structure, improve drainage and release nutrients into the soil.

  • Perfect for mulching
  • Revitalises tired soils
  • Improves soil structure & drainage
  • Helps retain moisture
  • Slowly releases nutrients into the soil
  • Size 70L


Why use Westland Composted Bark?

This peat free composted bark is great for mulching and for improving the soil structure by helping to break down heavy soils, improve drainage, moisture and nutrient holding capacity. It will also slowly release nutrients into the soil to build up the soils natural fertility.

Where and when do I use it?

For use around your garden in beds and borders, in vegetable plots, around fruit trees and fruit bushes. Use throughout the year.

Health & safety advice

Use in a well ventilated place and avoid breathing in dust.

Always wear gloves when gardening and then wash hands after use.

Handy Gardening Tips

Store in a dry frost free place away from weed killers and other garden chemicals.

Reseal bag after use

How to use

Improving soil structure

Spread a thick layer over the soil surface and using a fork work into the top 10 cm (4 inches) of the soil surface. When dug into clay (heavy) soil, Westland Composted Bark will create a much more open structure and improve drainage. When dug into sandy soil, Westland Composted Bark will improve soil structure and moisture retention.

Improving soil

Spread a thick layer over the soil surface and using a fork work into the top 10 cm (4 inches) of the soil surface. Westland Composted Bark will provide a rich source of organic nutrients when dug into soil. These nutrients are slowly released into soil, improving fertility and adding humus to soil.

Mulching beds & borders

Westland Composted Bark is ideal for mulching around trees and shrubs as well as your beds, borders and vegetable plots. This mulch helps feed your plants, suppress weed growth, protect tender roots from frost damage and reduce moisture loss during dry conditions. Remove weeds from the area you want to mulch. Ensure the soil is moist and not frozen before applying. Spread a layer about 5-10 cm (2 - 4 inches) thick over the soil surface.

    Very Bad

Free garden tips and advice

No spam, we promise