Erin Decorative Bark Chips - 100 Litres

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* STOCK SHORTAGE *

Due to a UK-wide shortage, all Compost and Growing Media is subject to availability at our stores. Please ask the line attendant before queuing and being disappointed. We are very sorry to let our customers down, but this is beyond our control! We are sourcing goods as fast as we can.

Erin Decorative Bark Chips are manufactured from carefully screened and graded bark. The bark chippings provide a durable, natural finish throughout the garden either as decoration or an alternative to paving. It is also capable of suppressing weeds and retaining soil moisture to help plant growth.

  • Versatile ground cover which is ideal for all beds, pathways and borders
  • A natural, rustic looking weed suppressant
  • Helps to protect plants against extreme temperatures and retains soil moisture
  • Pack Coverage: Up to 3.5m²
  • Pack Volume: 100 litres (approximate)
Usage Guidelines

Coverage
This pack will cover an area of approximately 3.5m squared at a depth of 25mm. If laying at a depth of 50mm it will cover an area of approximately 1.8m squared.

Directions for use
Use bark chippings straight from the bag. Prepare the soil thoroughly before planting, incorporating base fertilisers and organic material such as peat or well rotted garden compost. Long term plantings may require a top dressing of a general garden fertiliser, which should be raked in.

Storage

  • Store in a cool dry area
  • Open pack carefully and avoid breathing in dust
  • Reseal pack after use
  • Fungal growth may appear on chipped bark under certain weather conditions. This is harmless to plants and will disappear as the bark ages

Local Delivery Only

This item is for local delivery only. We are able to deliver to our local customers within a 5 mile radius of any In-Excess store. Please call your nearest In-Excess store to place your order.

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