A key part to a good looking garden is filling those unsightly gaps with attractive landscaping products. At Afterwood, because we process the roundwood for wood fuel we naturally produce our own bark and wood chip for use as decorative and ornamental use in the garden or as play area bark. In addition to wood chip and bark we can also provide aggregate products such as gravel and slate.

The use of decorative and ornamental covering in the garden provides many benefits. Covering your garden acts as a natural weed suppressant, in addition the use of natural wood based products provides moisture retaining properties and supply essential humic and amino acids as the finer material breaks down into the soil structure.

Our play area bark is produced from mixed coniferous species and tested in accordance with BS EN 1177:2008 to ensure safety. Play area bark contains low levels of dust, small sized chip and excellent longevity.

Contact us

Afterwood Ltd.
Moor Farm
Clifton Lane
NG23 7DG

Tel: 01522 703647

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