Coco coir substrate for terrariums or houseplants
Coconut coir terrarium substrate
Ideal substrate for enclosed terrariums

Coco Coir

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Coco coir is the perfect addition for a wide variety of substrate types, especially in combination with orchid bark and worm castings for a terrarium or indoor plant/houseplant substrate.

Its water retention and aeration capabilities make it an excellent and sustainable substitute for peat and sphagnum moss.

Benefits:

  • Improves general texture of the substrate
  • Promotes aeration, reducing the risk of harmful mycelial growth
  • Retains water over time, allowing plants to grow sturdy roots
  • Increases plants' access to nutrients
  • Plant friendly PH
  • Allows for proper drainage

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