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Evergreen Garden Care launches large range of peat free growing media for 2020/2021

Published: 18 August 2020 - Neil Mead

To meet the demand for peat-free growing media options, the UK’s leading garden care company, Evergreen Garden Care ( can now announce the biggest peat-free range in Europe. Across the Miracle-Gro and Levington brands, 13 new SKUs are now available in variants suitable for all growing needs, including for specialist plants, houseplants, and fruit and vegetable growing.


Highly effective the range includes different products that satisfy the special needs of  every type of plant. The new Miracle-Gro Peat Free range is packaged in 100% recyclable materials. Evergreen Garden Care is actively working on improving the responsible sourcing profile of their compost mixes year on year and have increased the recycled plastic content in the Peat Free Compost bags to 60%. The aim is to help growers grow plants that improve the environment and make the world a more beautiful place. The exciting new launch for 2020/2021 serves the eco-conscious consumer looking for peat-free alternatives that don’t sacrifice on performance or quality.

Mark Portman, Managing Director at Evergreen Garden Care commented: “We are so pleased to be able to bring Miracle-Gro Peat-Free and Levington Peat-Free to the market to support customers meeting the added consumer demand for peat-free products. After years of trials and innovating, we are certain that our new products deliver on environmental sustainability, quality and affordability.”

The launch of this range is a continuation of Evergreen Garden Care’s ongoing focus on sustainability and its environmental impact. Over the past 30 years, the company has restored and donated more than 3,000 hectares of peatland in Somerset, Yorkshire and Lancashire. In partnership with nature experts and conservation bodies, Evergreen Garden Care has been responsibly restoring peatlands ensuring best practice in terms of land management and restoration. The overall aim is to guarantee that wildlife can continue to thrive in these environments.

Mark continues: “The launch of the new peat-free range is the next step in our journey to ensure that our business, and the garden care industry, is lessening its impact on the environment. As the UK’s leading garden care company, it is our responsibility to ensure that we are putting sustainability front and centre.”

The range includes the following:

Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium All-Purpose Compost: available in 20L (RRP: £4.99) and 50L (RRP: £5.99)
Miracle-Gro Premium Peat Free All-Purpose Compost with Organic Plant Food: available in 40L (RRP: £6.49)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Azalea, Camelia, Rhododendron Ericaceous Plants Compost: available in 40L (RRP: £6.99)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Bulb Fibre Special Plants Compost: available in 10L (RRP £3.99) and 20L (RRP: £5.99)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Moisture Control Special Compost for Pots and Baskets: available in 40L (RRP: £6.99)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Orchid Special Plants Compost: available in 6L (RRP: £3.99)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Houseplant Potting Mix: available in 10L (RRP: £4.49)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Border Booster Soil Improver: available in 40L (RRP: 5.99)
Miracle-Gro Peat Free Premium Fruit & Vegetable Compost (RRP: 5.99)
Levington Peat Free Multi-Purpose Compost with added John Innes: available in 50L (RRP: £6.99)
Levington Peat Free Organic Blend Topsoil: available in 20L (RRP: 4.99)
Levington Peat Free Organic Blend Soil Conditioner: available in 50L (RRP: 6.49)
Levington Peat Free Organic Blend Farmyard Manure: available in 50L (RRP: £5.99)

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