Coco Coir Products

We offer innovative solutions crafted from sustainable coconut coir, promoting plant health and eco-conscious practices. Our coir mulch mats enhance aesthetics and nurture plants by retaining moisture and suppressing weeds. Coir fiber products provide a balanced medium for optimal root growth. Our coconut coir rope, made from premium fibers, offers strength and durability for various applications, from supporting climbing plants to garden decor.


We offer a wide range of cocopeat solutions crafted for healthy plant growth and sustainable gardening. Our 50-liter bags provide versatility and convenience, while 5KG blocks offer controlled applications. For smaller projects, our 650-gram blocks are perfect, and our grow bags provide a ready-to-use solution. For innovation enthusiasts, cocopeat coins and coir discs offer a unique planting experience.

Garden Articles

Discover our range of eco-friendly and sustainable coir-based gardening solutions. Our biodegradable coir plant pots offer a nurturing environment for your plants and naturally decompose as they grow, promoting healthy root development. For seedlings, our coir seedling cups provide optimal drainage and aeration, reducing transplant shock when directly planted. Elevate your garden's aesthetics with coir hanging baskets, offering moisture retention and breathability. Explore the versatility of our eco-friendly coco coir pole, providing sturdy support for climbing plants and adding captivating focal points to your garden. Embrace environmentally conscious gardening practices with our coir products.

Frequently Asked Question

What is the difference between Coco Coir and Cocopeat?

Coco coir refers to the entire coconut husk, which includes fibers and pith. Cocopeat, on the other hand, specifically refers to the pith or dust-like material obtained from coconut husks after the fibers have been removed.

How are Coco Coir and Cocopeat used in gardening?

Coco Coir can be used as a growing medium or soil conditioner, while Cocopeat is often used as a component in potting mixes to improve water retention and aeration.

What are the benefits of using Coco Coir and Cocopeat in gardening?

Both Coco Coir and Cocopeat retain moisture well, provide good aeration to plant roots, and are sustainable and environmentally friendly alternatives to peat moss.

Can Coco Coir and Cocopeat be used in hydroponics or aquaponics?

Yes, Coco Coir and Cocopeat are suitable for hydroponic and aquaponic systems as growing mediums.

What types of garden articles can be made from Coco Coir and Cocopeat?

Coco Coir and Cocopeat can be used to make various garden articles such as coir mats, coir pots, coir liners, coir mulch, and coir hanging baskets.

Are Coco Coir and Cocopeat products biodegradable?

Yes, both Coco Coir and Cocopeat are biodegradable and will naturally decompose over time, adding organic matter to the soil.

How often should I water plants when using Coco Coir or Cocopeat as a growing medium?

The frequency of watering depends on the specific plant and environmental conditions. Coco Coir and Cocopeat retain moisture well, so you may need to water less frequently compared to traditional soil. Monitor the moisture level and water as needed.

Are there any precautions to take when using Coco Coir and Cocopeat?

Ensure proper drainage in containers to prevent waterlogging. Rinse or leach Coco Coir and Cocopeat before use to remove excess salts. Store Coco Coir and Cocopeat in a dry place to prevent mold or fungal growth.

Where can I buy Coco Coir, Cocopeat, and garden articles made from these materials?

You can find Coco Coir, Cocopeat, and garden articles made from these materials at garden centers, nurseries, online gardening stores, and agricultural supply shops.

Can Coco Coir and Cocopeat be reused?

Yes, both Coco Coir and Cocopeat can be reused for multiple growing cycles. After harvesting, remove old roots and debris, and then rehydrate them for reuse.