Wonderful loose, open-weave hessian sacks to store autumnal leaves and turn into valuable, nutritious leaf mould. 100% Biodegradable.
Simply fill with leaves, tie and stack at the bottom of the garden and then return the following autumn to use as a mulch or another year later to use as a soil conditioner.
Pack of 2 sacks
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