Verve Multipurpose Compost 125L Contains essential plant nutrients and trace elements, Contains wetting agent for easier watering, Provides the ideal nutrient balance for strong root development and healthy plant growth, Do not use for Ericaceous plants. When planting out or potting up ericaceous plant species, use B&Q Ericaceous Compost, One pack contains sufficient compost to fill 200 x 4 inch pots, or 12 x 10 inch pots, or 41 seed trays or 22 x 12 inch hanging baskets, All figures are approximate. . An economic, peat based, all - purpose compost for general use indoors and outdoors. Suitable for sowing seeds, rooting cuttings, transplanting seedlings, potting up containers and baskets and planting out in the garden. FREE delivery on orders over 50 GBP.T&Cs apply.
Product Title: Verve Multipurpose Compost 125L
Power Score: 4.1 | 77 Reviews
grill size: 4 inch
Product Reviews (10)
Best Value for money
This compost is best value for money and a good quality - others have too much paper in the content.
By colourlady on B&Q - Aug 15, 2014
Very variable. One bag last week was fine. This week 2 bags are just full of shredded wood. Not compost in any meaning of the word. Not pleased. If it's shredded wood - call it 'Shredded wood'?
By sy00 on B&Q - Jul 7, 2014
I've just bought 9 bags of this compost. Unlike a limited number of other reviewers I didn't find any plastic or large pieces of wood or stones in any of the bags. It is an excellent product at a very competitive price and I'm really pleased with it. You do need 2 able bodied people to manhandle the bags because they are really heavy.
By on B&Q - Jul 2, 2014
Ordered to collect in store - arrived on date specified to find all 6 bags loaded up on a trolley and waiting at customer services. First class service and the product was as described on the bag. Excellent experience all round.
By Back on B&Q - May 15, 2014
Just what it says on the tin!
Just what it says on the tin! Never used these before - bags, compost and potatoes (Charlotte) all booked from B&Q at same time, so will have to wait & see if they grow OK.
By DRH225 on B&Q - May 12, 2014