Product Bite: super convenient Easy Path•
Posted on 26 May 2020
What is Easy Path :
Easy Path is an instant fold-out garden pathway for placing between rows of vegetables, herbs, flowers or strawberries so that you can work between the crops without damaging the soil or weilding planks of wood.
What crop is it for:
Anything that you plant in a veg bed as well as flowers borders - its great for getting to the back of beds without leaning and stretching. Much kinder on your back than trying to manage without.
Where can I use it:
Use it anywhere where you have soil that you don't want to tread on and compact. In healthy soil half of the volume should be made up of solid material. The remainder should be either water or air. If the soil becomes compacted then it harder for the roots of plants to penetrate the soil. There is also no space for the water and air that are needed for excahnge of gases a healthy ecosystem of soil microbes.
What's so special about it?
It is portable and lightweight and stores easily. A plank of wood could do a similar job. However, the Easy Path is much easier to move and can used in places where you wouldn't want to put a plank of wood. It can be laid down and left but it can also be rolled out, used and then foded away. For example it can be simply laid down in a flower border while weed, then packed away. Much easier than carting a plant of wood round.
Find out more:
See it in action: Easy Path doesn't have its own video yet but you can see it in action in our Frost Protection Video (about one minute in) - head over to our YouTube channel to see Frost Protection
Related Blogs: Read about it in use Grow at Home: Super Strawberries
Buy it Now: See it here Easy Path
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