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Garden Manure

Premium Garden Manure Supplies for Thriving Plants and Pots

Red Hill Garden and Farm Supplies, your one-stop destination for high-quality garden manure supplies. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, our premium manure products are designed to enrich your soil, promote healthy plant growth, and ensure your garden thrives.


Chicken manure is highly potent and ideal for fast-growing plants. It provides a quick nutrient boost, helping your plants to grow stronger and healthier.


Sheep manure is an excellent garden fertilizer, rich in nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, which help improve soil structure and promote healthy plant growth.


Cow manure is a classic choice for gardeners. It's rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, making it an excellent all-purpose fertilizer for a variety of plants and pots.


Blood and bone is an excellent organic fertilizer for the garden, providing essential nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus to promote healthy plant growth and improve soil structure.

Why Choose Our Garden Manure Supplies?

Free from harmful chemicals, ensuring a safe environment for your plants and family.

Packed with essential nutrients to boost soil fertility and plant health.

We prioritize eco-friendly practices to support sustainable gardening.

Benefits of Using Manure in Your Garden

  • Improves Soil Structure: Manure helps to aerate the soil, making it easier for roots to grow and access nutrients.
  • Enhances Water Retention: Manure increases the soil’s ability to retain moisture, reducing the need for frequent watering.
  • Boosts Plant Growth: The nutrients in manure promote vigorous plant growth and higher yields.
  • Eco-Friendly: Using manure reduces the need for chemical fertilizers, promoting a healthier environment.

How to Use Manure in Your Garden

  1. Preparation: Before planting, mix manure into the soil to a depth of 6-8 inches.
  2. Application: Apply manure around the base of established plants, being careful not to touch the stems or leaves.
  3. Watering: Water the area thoroughly after applying manure to help it integrate into the soil.