At CoirProducts.co.uk (of Salike Limited), we offer a wide and innovative range of natural and biodegradable coir products to help landscapers make sustainable choices when designing outdoor spaces.
Our product line includes peat-free growing media, eco-friendly coir pots and hanging baskets, natural erosion control solutions, and more. With decades of experience in the industry, CoirProducts.co.uk has the
largest portfolio of coir-based products in the UK.
Each of our products is ethically produced and sourced, and manufactured to meet the highest industry standards. Made of natural fibrous material extracted from the husk of the coconut, our products have minimal impact on the environment. Whether you’re looking to make your landscape more functional or attractive, our products are not only easy to use but also free of harmful chemicals and peat, making them ideal for a natural setting.
In addition to their eco-friendliness, coir-based products also offer a host of benefits. Our products have excellent water retention, air porosity, and drainage, which help plants grow stronger and healthier roots systems. As coir is biodegradable, it decomposes into the soil over time, enriching it. At CoirProducts.co.uk, we always keep the environment in mind, and we offset our carbon footprint when transporting goods to the UK to provide truly sustainable solutions to our customers.
If you’re simply looking to move away from plastic containers when growing flowers or plants, our coir pots are the ideal eco-friendly alternative. Made with care and precision, our high-quality coir pots allow plant roots to grow through the pot, minimising transplanting shock when repotting. We also have a unique range of coir hanging baskets that add a touch of glamour to any space, along with coir hanging basket liners and coir liner sheets that can replace worn liners.
Our CoirProducts.co.uk range is perfect for growing a variety of flowers, trees, and other plants as part of soft landscaping endeavours. Our multi-purpose coir potting mix, available in a range of sizes of compressed blocks, bricks, and discs, is the ideal alternative to peat-based compost. We also offer a range of products that can be used to help suppress the growth of unwanted weeds and keep your landscape looking neat and tidy. Our coir mulch mats come in various sizes and are incredibly easy to install, while our coir husk chips (otherwise known as Coco Chips) can be used as mulch.
In areas where soil erosion is a problem, our CoirProducts.co.uk coir Geotextile range includes various natural and biodegradable solutions. Our erosion control blankets can be used on large landscaping spaces, including slopes, riverbanks, shorelines, ponds, water channels, ditches, and embankments. Our coir geotextile, also known as Coir Netting, can be used for soil stabilisation and reinforcement, as well as for landscaping applications. Durable and biodegradable, these products help protect the soil from erosion while encouraging vegetative growth.
Our coir sheets and CPUK blankets come in different sizes to suit smaller landscaping spaces, helping control weed growth while acting as a vegetated cover. Coir is also naturally resistant to rot, mould, and moisture buildup, making it long-lasting and easy to use and maintain. At CoirProducts.co.uk, we prioritise the plant’s health and the well-being of people, and our products reflect that. With a range of environmentally-friendly benefits, our CoirProducts are the ideal choice for any natural soft landscaping space.
At CoirProducts.co.uk, our goal is to help you make sustainable choices when it comes to growing, gardening, and protecting the soil from erosion. We do this by bringing you an innovative range of high-quality products made out of natural coir. Together, we can make your garden an eco-friendly paradise.
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