Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mats are the natural choice for commercial landscapers and home gardeners looking for a sustainable, biodegradable weed elimination product. 100% New Zealand wool is built into dense batts, which initially block weeds from sprouting before breaking down over time and releasing natural elements which stimulate plant growth.
As wool is a natural fibre it can change after manufacture and the actual product dimensions of the purchased product may slightly vary.
Wool stores up to 33% of its weight in water, and slowly releases water once the surrounding environment drops below 65% relative humidity. This means our mats act as a water buffer, keeping plants at the right moisture level. As wool absorbs water, it releases a small amount of heat, helping to regulate the soil temperature and provide ideal growing conditions.
Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mats are strong enough to do the job without any need for synthetic glues or strengthening materials. Once your wool mat has biodegraded, the only thing left behind is healthy plants and enriched soil. For ultimate sustainability, secure your Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mat with our fully biodegradable pegs, which break down at the same rate as the mat.
Wool might feel soft to the touch, but wool fibres have very fine scales, and tiny barbs - which means that slugs and snails go out of their way to avoid them! The composition of our mats also means that birds can’t scrape the mat away from your garden.
We make Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mats from 100% New Zealand wool. This creates a completely natural, renewable product, which is safe to install, safe to live with and safe for the environment.
Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mats are simple to use, providing all the advantages of a layer of mulch, while also eliminating weed growth. Our mats are flexible, protect against erosion, and are available in sizes to suit every project.
New Zealand wool is full of essential nutrients that promote plant growth, including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Pure Wool Weed & Mulch Mats slowly break down over time, releasing nutrients into the soil and acting as a fertiliser.