Loam in Cheadle

Loam in CheadleWe provide excellent quality loam in Cheadle which has a number of beneficial uses in gardening and agriculture. Loam soils are made up of differing amounts of sand, silt and clay. They generally contain far more nutrients, moisture and humus than sandy soils. They also allow for good drainage and infiltration of water and air than silt or clay soils. This soil is very beneficial as its ability to retain nutrients and water are crucial for most plant varieties. Our top soil is sandy loam which is screened before delivery to make sure our customers get the best possible soil.

It is vitally important for the growth of all plants to get enough nutrition. In Cheadle, loam is considered to be one of the best top soils available. Too much water will kill plants and they need to have a continuous supply but not have their roots permanently in water as this will often cause the roots to rot and the plants to die. Loam, with sand, silt and clay performs this function perfectly as it sand allows water to percolate and drain while the silt provides nutrition and the clay keeps some of the water in suspension. The loam can have a very stabilising impact on lawn when used as a top dressing.

Our company provides high-quality loam in Cheadle as our top soil and fresh, healthy turf. We make sure that our products meet our very high standards and that soil and loam is delivered free of weeds and pebbles. Contact Lindow Turf today and order as much soil or loam as you need. For over 40 years we have been supplying clients in our area with some of the most fertile and useful soil for their gardens. Besides soil and turf, we also supply a variety of bark which is used in different ways. The bark mulch is usually placed on borders or paths whereas our play bark is normally used in schools and day care centres. It is often used in playgrounds to soften the fall when climbing or playing. We also supply artificial grass where it is required, usually in areas where lawn will not grow such as underneath trees.

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