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Ericaceous Compost

Ericaceous Compost

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Enquiries & Orders

For prices and delivery contact us Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm.

> Call 01302 725 544
> Email sales@mrmuck.co.uk

We offer a reliable & professional service for domestic & trade customers, delivery to all regions within 5 working days.

4 reviews

Product Details

Delivery throughout the UK

With distribution centres in South Yorkshire and the Midlands we can deliver to 99% of the UK. We deliver direct to your allotment or garden in conveniently sized sacks which are easy to store prior to use (subject to order). Delivery is generally within 5 working days subject to order. Larger amounts available on request, we also welcome trade enquires.

Call 01302 725 544 Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm for prices and to arrange delivery.


About Mr Muck's ericaceous compost

Mr Muck's ericaceous compost is specially formulated for growing acid loving plants such as:

  • Azaleas
  • Camellias
  • Ericus
  • Heathers
  • Magnolias
  • Rhododendrons
  • Conifers

Ericaceous compost is ideal for container plants and for planting out and mulching around the plant roots to ensure strong growth and abundant flowers.

Customer Reviews

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Rating: 10/10

just planted 45 rhododendronss

compost arrived this morning very friable and rich to use just planted 45 rhododendrons with this compost highly recomended MRS COLLINS PETWORTH SUSSEX

Submitted on: 18/04/2011

Rating: 10/10

very rich compost

thanks for the advise and quick delivery MR CHARMERS BEDFORD

Submitted on: 04/10/2011

Rating: 10/10

good compost good delivery service

good rich compost will do the job just fine thanks guys for the quick delivery MR DUNCAN - FIFE

Submitted on: 25/10/2011

Rating: 10/10

good value compost

good value compost good customer service mrs church ilford - essex

Submitted on: 28/10/2011