A premium quality peat free growbag suitable for use in greenhouses, conservatories or on patios.
Field 2 growbags are ideal for plants that don't have deep roots, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, chilli peppers, aubergines, courgettes and squashes.
What Does It Do?
How do you use it?
Hold bag at one end and gently shake to loosen and evenly distribute compost along the bag. Pierce the bottom of the bag for drainage and cut out pre-marked growing squares. Plant two to three plants in each bag during spring. Alternatively, cut a long panel in the top of the bag and sow salads in rows. Endive, lettuce, basil and rocket can be sown from spring to late summer. If growing salads, prepare the bag as before and cut out a long panel on top of the bag. Plant or sow in rows across the width of the bag. Keep the compost moist and feed plants such as aubergine, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers with a high potash fertiliser when flowers appear - this will ensure you get the plumpest fruit. When crops have finished, split the bag open and recycle the compost as a soil conditioner in the garden. When taller growing or top-heavy crops are 20cm (8in) high, why not try one of our special purpose growbag frames. This will prevent the plants from toppling over in the wind or if they become top heavy.
For long term planting in raised beds, containers or pots:
For short term seasonal planting in pots, containers and hanging baskets:
For propagation and germination of plants from seed:
For adding organic matter to the soil:
For use as a mulch on vegetable beds or hungry borders:
For mixing with soil when planting fruit trees and canes:
A great value mixed conifer bark:
A long lasting ornamental mulch:
A long lasting fine grade ornamental mulch for pots, containers or densely planted borders:
A high quality blended sandy loam:
A fine grade soil compost mix to address levels on turfed areas:
A find grade soil conditioner for use as part of a seasonal lawn maintenance programme: