Organic and 100% Natural. Made from highly sustainable coconut shells, this coco mulch is an excellent alternative to peat moss or bark-based mulches. Plus, its fibrous texture easily absorbs water and slowly releases it to your plants, meaning you won't have to water your plants as frequently. Indoor and Outdoor Use. This versatile coco coir chips growing medium is capable of filling a variety of needs. Coconut coir fibers from the coconut shells make this mulch gentle enough to use with orchids and other potted plants but is sturdy enough to use in landscaping, garden beds or grow bags. Great for All Plants. The combination of a balanced pH, low natural salt content and minimal odor makes these coconut husk chips perfect for the nurturing of all plants. It also mixes well with soil, making it great for home gardening and professional growing. Resiliently Made and Easy to Store. Whether you want to organically mulch your garden beds or keep your potted plants healthy and looking their best, you can depend on our coconut husk -chips long lifespan to last through tempestuous weather and natural wear-and-tear. Plus, compact and lightweight packaging make our product easy to store all year round.
- MICGROGREEN TRAY MATS - These sprouting pads are made from 100% natural coconut coir fibers making a great contribution to plant growth. Hydroponic grow pads great for indoor or outdoor use to grow various plants and herbs.
- ORCHID BARK EXPANDS WITH WATER - Each coconut chip block expands to about 2 cubic feet of potting soil; coconut fiber is conveniently packed for easy storage. Can be used to replace or along with pine bark and other mulches for your lawn and garden.
- RETAINS MOISTURE FOR HEALTHY ROOTS - Coconut husk chips do a great job in retaining moisture, planting with coco chips reduces the time spent watering plants. The ideal coco soil to use in hot climate to keep plants from drying out.
- USE IN POTTING SOIL MIX - coco coir planting chips are mixed with finer soil media like coco potting soil, peat moss, and other soils to form a coarse potting media which is used to grow tomatoes, strawberries, blueberries, and many other plants!