Probably the best garden mulch ever made

Strulch ® is a light and easy to use garden mulch made from wheat straw for organic gardening. A patented process developed by Dr Geoff Whiteley at The University of Leeds, is used to ‘preserve’ the straw so that it lasts for up to two years and gives an earthy brown colour.

Strulch has a neutral pH and can be used throughout the garden on borders, raised beds, around cultivated fruit and on vegetable plots.

Why Strulch is beneficial?

  • Strulch mulch reduces weed growth by up to 95%
  • Strulch mulch helps retain moisture around plants
  • Strulch mulch enriches soil and its structure
  • Strulch mulch is suitable around flowers, shrubs, fruit and vegetables
  • Strulch, the straw garden mulch, lasts up to two years, spreading the cost, saving water and fertiliser, making your plants grow healthier and stronger and giving you more time to relax.
  • The physical properties of Strulch mulch together with the embedded minerals deters slugs and snails.

Buy Strulch

Strulch, the straw mulch for organic gardening is available direct from us in bulk quantities of 12, 25 and 48 bags. Click through to buy now or for information on our stockists for smaller quantities.

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What expert gardeners say

Assistant Temperate Curator, Eden Project
We have used Strulch successfully on our Tea Exhibit (currently the only Tea plantation on public display in the UK) for the last 4 years. Tea plants (Camellia ainensis) require continuous soil... Read more
Head Gardener Britwell Priors
Congratulations on your awards, I thought you might like to see where some of your products are used. I use it on both the rose and herbaceous beds, this garden is on chalk which presents its own... Read more
Head Gardener, Floors Castle Gardens
I have used it on the veg beds as a heavy mulch and experimenting in some areas as a no dig concept; layed it on cardboard on the beds and will sow wild flower seed in to it. I want to improve... Read more