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Westland Landscape Bark 100L Bale (10700017)

Westland Landscape Bark 100L Bale (10700017)
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Westland Landscape Bark 100L Bale (10700017)

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WHY USE WESTLAND LANDSCAPE BARK

  • Gives an attractive and pleasing finish.
  • Reduces garden maintenance by suppressing weed growth.
  • Retains suitable moisture keeping your plants more healthy.
  • Provides year round protection and insulation for plant roots from extremes of temperature; excessive heat in summer and damaging frosts in winter.
  • Reduces the impact of heavy rain and prevents mud splashes on plants and walls, so your garden stays tidy.
  • Encourages earth worm activity helping to improve soil aeration and enhancing organic matter levels, fertility and soil structure; plants are happier under these conditions.
  • Discourages slugs and snails due to its texture.

    WHERE TO USE?

    Westland Landscape Bark is a general-purpose quality bark and is ideal for the following:

  • Mulching flower beds and borders.
  • Amongst conifers, alpines and heathers.
  • Around specimen trees, shrubs and roses.
  • Edging paths and lawns.
  • Garden walkways and play-areas.

    KEY POINTS

  • Suitable for all beds, borders and around trees and shrubs.
  • Holds moisture for longer.
  • Supresses weed growth
  • FSC graded, from a sustainable source
  • 30-50mm in size for maximum coverage

    HOW TO USE: Westland Landscape Bark is easily applied by hand.

    AS A MULCH: It can be applied at any time, although spring and summer are the best times. Soil should be covered to a minimum depth of 50mm (2”).

    EXISTING BEDS & BORDERS: Prepare the border by removing all weeds and debris. Spread a layer of bark 2.5-5cm deep over the area ensuring that the mulch reaches under the plant canopy and covers the root area.

    NEW BEDS & BORDERS: Prepare the area by removing all weeds and debris. Spread a layer of bark 2.5-5cm deep over the area.

    AFTERCARE FOR BEDS & BORDERS: Remove any annual weeds as they appear. To maintain a good mulch layer, replenish the area with fresh bark annually.

    UNDER FRUIT TREES & FRUIT BUSHES: Prepare the area under fruit trees and fruit bushes by removing all weeds and grass. Spread a layer of bark 2.5-5cm deep over the area right up to the tree and bush trunks.

    PATHWAYS: Prepare the pathway by removing all weeds and debris. Spread a layer of bark 5cm deep over the path.

    AFTERCARE FOR PATHWAYS: Remove any annual weeds as they appear. To maintain a good bark layer, replenish the area with fresh bark annually.

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    Q. What area in metres will 1x 100 litre bale of bark chip cover. Please provide two alternatives for two different depths of coverage.

    Answered by Longacres 12/2/2018

    This all depends on how thick you are wanting to lay the Bark. A 2.5cm thickness will provide an approximate coverage of 4sqm and a 5cm thickness would give you an approximate 2sqm coverage.