Compost In Horticulture

New Leaf Organic Compost is a true “magic bullet” in the garden and is a reflection of nature giving back to nature, fixing a multitude of problems in the soil. The start of any good garden is high quality soil and the addition of compost is an easy and long-lasting way to maintain it. When compost is used it acts as a soil conditioner, providing key nutrients to plants on a slow-release basis and these nutrients will remain present in soils long after initial application.

  • Hillsborough Castle Gardens
    Hillsborough Castle Gardens
    New Leaf Compost was used as part of the restoration project of the Walled Garden and is now widely used on all of the Castle Gardens.
  • Killeavy Castle Estate
    Killeavy Castle Estate
    New Leaf Compost has given a new lease of life to the recently restored walled garden.
  • Royal Portrush Golf Course
    Royal Portrush Golf Course
    New Leaf Compost was used throughout the course in preparation for the 148th Open Championship.
  • City Hospital Belfast – Acute Mental Hospital Garden Project
    City Hospital Belfast – Acute Mental Hospital Garden Project
    The ethos of this projects was to create a positive space for healing. Natural World Products worked with Ellison Landscapes to provide over 500 tonnes of New Leaf Compost.
  • Enniscrone Golf Course, Sligo
    Enniscrone Golf Course, Sligo
    New Leaf Compost is used for divot repair across the course.
  • Walled Garden, Helen’s Bay
    Walled Garden, Helen’s Bay
    New Leaf Compost is used to grow organic local produce which is used to supply over 25 of the top local restaurants.
  • Old Court Demesne, Strangford
    Old Court Demesne, Strangford
    New Leaf Compost is used to dress shrub beds on this private estate, with several acres of natural gardens sweeping down to the lough shore.
  • Garden Landscapes NI
    Garden Landscapes NI
    Using New Leaf Compost for its planting, top dressing and lawn sowing projects.
  • Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council
    Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council
    Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council uses New Leaf Compost in towns and villages across the borough, earning it the 'Large Town' award in Translink's Ulster in Bloom awards for 2018.
  • Hillsborough Village
    Hillsborough Village
    New Leaf Compost is used throughout Hillsborough for hanging baskets and floral displays, which earned the village the gold award at the prestigious RHS Britain in Bloom awards in 2018.
  • Cameron Landscapes
    Cameron Landscapes
    New Leaf Compost is used by one of NI’s most successful specialists in the design and construction of private gardens.
  • Lough Neagh Garden Company
    Lough Neagh Garden Company
    A family owned landscaping business with over 15 Years horticultural experience, using New Leaf Compost as a growing medium in all outdoor spaces.
  • Smoked Birch Landscape Design
    Smoked Birch Landscape Design
    Using New Leaf Compost for turfing and seeding in all its bespoke garden designs.
  • Clive Richardson Limited
    Clive Richardson Limited
    New Leaf Compost enjoys a close working relationship with Clive Richardson Limited which specialises in the design, construction and maintenance of sportsground surfaces across Europe, including Windsor Park, the Aviva Stadium and Craven Cottage football ground. 
  • Annett Landscaping Limited
    Annett Landscaping Limited
    Annett’s Landscaping uses New Leaf Compost for projects and gardens around Newry and the greater Co. Down area.
  • Ellison Landscape Solutions
    Ellison Landscape Solutions
    Professionals in shrub and tree planting, turfing and seeding, ELS has an extensive portfolio of garden design projects and construction works, including Titanic Belfast, Stormont Estate and St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast.
  • Green Roofs Ireland
    Green Roofs Ireland
    New Leaf Compost is used by Green Roofs Ireland in projects across the UK to ensure longevity and sustainability of growth of the sedum plants.