Garden Weed Cloth

  • Material: 100% virgin PP/PE with UV resistance

  • Type: Woven

  • Width: 0.4m-6.0m

  • Thickness: 60gsm-180gsm

  • Color options: Black, Green, White, Brown, Orange


– Garden Weed Cloth is a highly effective solution for maintaining a clean and healthy garden. Made from durable, UV-resistant PP or PE material, it prevents weed growth by blocking sunlight, ensuring your plants can thrive without competition.

– This cloth is easy to cut and lay, fitting seamlessly into your garden’s layout. Its permeable design allows water and nutrients to reach the soil while keeping the surface neat and tidy.

– Ideal for both small flower beds and larger vegetable patches, this weed cloth is a simple yet powerful tool for gardeners seeking a low-maintenance and eco-friendly gardening experience.


Material 100% virgin PP/PE with UV resistance
Type Woven
Color options Black, Green, White, Brown, Orange
Thickness 60gsm-180gsm
Width Ranging from 0.4 to 6 meters
Length Customizable as required
Packing Plastic bags in rolls or pieces
Permeability Allows water and air passage
Durability Designed for long-term outdoor use

Key Features

  • Durability: Crafted from strong, long-lasting materials, this weed cloth is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and resist tearing.
  • UV Resistance: The fabric is treated to be resistant to ultraviolet light, ensuring it maintains its integrity and effectiveness over time.
  • Permeability: Allows water and essential nutrients to pass through, promoting healthy soil while preventing weed growth.
  • Easy Installation: The cloth can be effortlessly cut and shaped to fit any garden space, making it simple to install without professional help.
  • Eco-Friendly: An environmentally conscious alternative to chemical weed killers, reducing your garden’s ecological footprint.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a variety of garden types, including vegetable patches, flower beds, and landscaping areas.
  • Low Maintenance: Once installed, it requires minimal upkeep, saving time and effort in garden maintenance.


1. Vegetable Gardens Ideal for use in vegetable patches to prevent weeds, while allowing water and nutrients to reach the plants.
2. Flower Beds Enhances the beauty of flower beds by keeping them weed-free, ensuring that flowers remain the focal point.
3. Landscaping Areas Perfect for use in landscaping projects, such as around walkways or decorative garden features, to maintain a neat appearance.
4. Greenhouses Suitable for greenhouse use to control weed growth without the need for chemical herbicides.
5. Fruit Orchards Helps in maintaining clean rows between fruit trees, reducing labor for weed control.
6. Community Gardens An excellent choice for community or shared gardens, offering a sustainable and low-maintenance solution.
7. Pathway Lining Can be used beneath gravel or wood chips on garden paths to prevent weed emergence and maintain a tidy walkway.


Q1: Are garden weed cloths effective?

Yes, garden weed cloths are effective. They are designed to suppress weed growth by blocking sunlight, essential for weed germination and growth, while still allowing water and air to penetrate. This makes them an effective tool in controlling weed growth in gardens and landscaping areas.

Q2: Can you put garden weed cloth straight over grass?

It is possible, but not always recommended. Placing weed cloth directly over grass will eventually kill the grass as it blocks sunlight, but the process can be slow, and grass may continue to grow through the cloth initially. For best results, it’s advised to remove the grass first, then lay the weed cloth. This ensures a more effective and longer-lasting weed barrier.

Q3: Is garden weed cloth bad for soil?

Garden weed cloth is not inherently bad for the soil, but there are considerations. While it effectively blocks weeds, it can also hinder the natural integration of organic matter into the soil from sources like decaying leaves, which can affect soil quality over time.

Additionally, it may restrict the movement of beneficial soil organisms. However, if used correctly and for the intended short-to-medium-term duration, it should not significantly harm the soil health.