Norlake Outdoor Container Mix

Find a Store
(0 out of 0 reviews)

Available in: 40L

Pot up and grow healthy plants.

Norlake Outdoor Container Mix is a blend of fine bark and pumice with a controlled release fertiliser to create optimum conditions for outdoor plants.

The addition of water storing granules and a wetting agent increases water holding capacity.

Use for outdoor plants in pots, containers and hanging baskets for strong, healthy plants.

Benefits

  • Contains a six month controlled release fertiliser and water storing granules for optimum plant growth.
  • 100% weed free.
  • Use for outdoor plants in pots, containers and hanging baskets for strong, healthy plants.

Directions for use

  1. Water plants and allow to drain.
  2. Partly fill container with mix.
  3. Loosen the root ball of the plant.
  4. Position the plant in the centre of the container and fill up to 2cm from the top.
  5. Gently firm down. The soil should be at the same level on the plant as it was in the previous container.
  6. Water well.

Handy Hint
Apply a controlled release fertiliser every six months or as required to top up nutrients.

Available now at...

See more

Write a review

Norlake Outdoor Container Mix reviews

(0 reviews)
  • Be the first to write a review

  • Norlake Potting Mix

    Norlake Potting Mix

    Norlake Potting Mix is a blend of fine bark and pumice with a slow release fertiliser to create a free draining mix for strong plant establishment and growth.

    Use for indoor and outdoor plants in pots, containers and hanging baskets for strong, healthy plant growth.

     

    Read More
  • Norlake Vegetable Mix

    Norlake Vegetable Mix

    Norlake Vegetable Mix is formulated for the home gardener to provide excellent growth for vegetables.

    A blend of fine bark, pumice and greenwaste, this weed free mixture also contains sheep pellets, dolomite lime and blood and bone fertiliser to encourage plant establishment and sustained growth.

    Norlake Vegetable Mix is ideal for growing vegetables in the garden or in pots and containers.

    Read More
  • Planting Calendar

    Planting Calendar

    Our handy calendar showing you when to plant veges, fruit and flowers in your region, including harvest dates.
    Read More
  • Daffodil Growing Guide

    Daffodil Growing Guide

    Nothing quite says spring has arrived like Daffodil’s do. These well-known garden treasures come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, colours and types. The days of only bright yellow Daffodils being available are gone; now you can find numerous shades of white, orange, lemon, cream and ivory. There is bound to be a Daffodil to suit most gardens, and they’re almost fool proof. Ideal for picking for the vase as they last for over a week.

    Read More
  • Christine's Lemon Brownies

    Christine's Lemon Brownies

    If you're wondering what to do with all the extra lemons in your backyard, Christine has shared with us her delicious lemon brownie recipe. Combining both the rind and the juice, it's sure to be a hit with the whole family.

    Read More
  • Choosing the Right Lawn Seed

    Choosing the Right Lawn Seed

    Sowing or patching your lawn? The Tui LawnForce® range offers a range of lawn seed options no matter how you enjoy your lawn. Follow our guide to choose the perfect lawn seed to sow in spring or autumn for the ultimate Kiwi lawn. 

    Read More
  • Pick your perfect rose

    Pick your perfect rose

    Winter is the perfect time to plant roses and when the best selection will be available in garden centres. Follow our guide to choosing the right rose and our top picks for your rose garden this winter.

    Read More
  • Pick your Perfect Edibles

    Pick your Perfect Edibles

    Your green garden oasis will most likely have spots that soak up lots of sunlight throughout the day, as well as shady corners where the sun doesn’t quite delve into. Luckily there are edibles that can be grown in almost every part of your garden, so to make the most of your growing spaces the below suggestions will help you pick the perfect crops based on the amount of sun and shade your garden receives.

    Read More