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Westland John Innes Peat Free No.2 Potting-on Compost feeds and establishes plants for a healthier life. Developed specially to also feed plants for four weeks.

It is enriched with Potassium humate which promotes root and shoot growth, improves aeration and water management too. John Innes Peat Free No.2 Potting-on Compost also contains loam which is perfect for nutrient and moisture retention, as well as sand and grit for excellent drainage.

  • Feeds and encourages healthy plant growth
  • Feeds for four weeks
  • Develops stronger roots
  • Encourages flower development
  • Potassium humate to promote root and shoot growth

Be sure to feed your plants with Boost All Purpose Plant Feed – specially formulated for use with peat free composts.


Sizes available

  • 10 litre
  • 28 litre
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  • How to Use
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General Advice

  • Use in a well-ventilated place and avoid breathing dust
  • Always wear gloves when gardening and wash hands after use
  • Store in a frost-free place and away from weed killers and other garden chemicals

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are the differences between John Innes Composts?

A. John Innes Composts are designed to be a life partner for plants. John Innes Seed Sowing Compost has a small amount of nutrients to encourage germination. John Innes No1 has a little more nutrients, perfect for transplanting seedlings. John Innes No2 is used for potting on young plants and John Innes No3, which has the most nutrients, is best used for final potting up of plants. John Innes Ericaceous is suitable for all acid loving (lime-hating) plants

Q. Will my pets or wildlife be attracted to this product?

A. John Innes No 2 Potting On Compost does not contain any organic elements so shouldn’t be attractive to animals.

Q. Can I use this compost for my houseplants?

A. John Innes No 2 will be perfect for potting on seedlings and young plants and for re-potting houseplants, you could also consider using our Westland Houseplant potting mix

For any questions or advice, please contact our technical advice line on: 01480 443789 (Mon – Fri 10am – 4pm) or email [email protected]

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