Coir is ideal for seeds and cuttings. It can be used as a base for homemade composts or added to aerate garden waste composts. Coir is known by many different names including coco, coco coir, cocopeat, coco peat, coir fibre, coconut husks and coconut fibre.
Each block is about the same size of a house bricj. The compressed coir will expand to three times its size when rehydrated with water. It makes approximately 9 litres of coir.
Coir can be used for seeds and cuttings as long as they are potted up once established.