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Liners for Allotment, Premier and Deluxe Raised Beds

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Liners for all the raised beds from our allotment, premier, deluxe, and easy assemble ranges. These liners will fit most standard size raised beds, just choose the size of your raised bed from the table below by filling in the quantity box next to the price.

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Raised Bed Liners

Liners for all the raised beds from our allotment, premier, deluxe, and easy assemble ranges. We stock liners to fit any size raised bed in our range, they will also fit most raised beds sourced elsewhere, just choose the size of your raised bed from the table below. These liners are made from thick landscaping and weed suppressing fabric and will help prolong the life of the timber boards and corner posts used in the bed. Easy to attach to new or existing raised beds, the liner can be stapled or nailed on.

Liners are available for 7,9,14, and 21 inch high raised beds in the following sizes: 3ft x 3ft, 4ft x 4ft, 6ft x 3ft, 6ft x 4ft, and 6ft x 6ft. The same liner will fit a 21in high raised bed as a 7in high one. These sizes will serve all raised beds from our  allotment, premier, and deluxe ranges.

Our easy assemble raised bed range has liners available in 11,16.5, and 22 in for the following sizes: 4ft x 4ft, 6ft x 3ft, 6ft x 4ft, and 6ft x 6ft. The same liner will fit a 22in high raised bed as an 11in high one.

 

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Andy Parkes
March 20th, 2020
Good thick stuff, works well.
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September 11th, 2018
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January 29th, 2018
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April 21st, 2017
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Asked By David
on October 13th, 2020
Hi, I am looking to get the 8' x 4' 21" raised bed, which will go onto the concrete base of an old shed. I can't see a liner for that size of bed though, do you do these or would you recommend something else?
Answered by Niall
on October 13th, 2020
Hi David The 6ft x 6ft liner will do what you need. It won't go the whole way up the 8ft side of the bed but it will go about half way up and you can tack it on to the side and then fill with soil. It will stop the water passing through the bed and bringing soil with it which is the main purpose if putting on concrete Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Joanne Campbell
on June 09th, 2020
is there an easy method to inserting the liner, we are complete novices and it all seems a bit daunting, thanks.
Answered by Andrew
on June 09th, 2020
Hi Joanne. I find easiest to staple opposite sides to the timber and the fold and staple the remaining 2 ends. It doesn't need to be exact, it is just to stop soil escaping around the base of the bed.
Asked By Keith Bull
on May 23rd, 2020
How do you stop weeds coming through the edges of a liner for a 9" deep bed? Does the liner wrap up the side? I have bought 6' x 4' raised bed and liners to fit. Does one need to secure the liner to the sides before loading the soil on top? Thanks. Keith
Answered by Niall
on May 24th, 2020
Hi Keith Yes just straple the liner to the inside around the top of the bed and then fill with soil. You won't have any weeds grow up through them then Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Tony Lomas
on May 11th, 2020
Thanks Niall, would you consider 14mm gravel chips too small?
Answered by Andrew
on May 12th, 2020
Hi Tony. 14mm sounds ideal.
Asked By Tony Lomas
on May 10th, 2020
Hi Niall, I'm going to create a garden area with raised beds that I have already bought from you. I will be using a 2m x 100m roll of weed matting from you, is it worth me buying the liners for the 2 off 6ft x 4ft beds or just use leftovers from the roll? If you recommend using a liner do you have one for the 8ft x 2ft raised bed as I can't see it on your options. What is your recommendation please for filling the 3 beds I have? They are 14" in height. What gravel would you recommend for paths around the beds that a wheelbarrow can easily travel on? Many thanks and sorry for so many question in one go.
Answered by Niall
on May 11th, 2020
Hi Tony If you are covering the complete area before putting down the beds there is no need for additional liners as the wood is treated. The only real purpose of the liners is to stop things growing up through it. The size of beds you have will take 850 litres per bed and i would recommend the tonne bags of Veg mix as this will allow you grow straight away as it is pre-mixed. Don't get very small gravel for the pathways or you will struggle moving the wheelbarrows when full. And fill the bed before putting the gravel down. Much tidier and easier Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Ruth
on May 03rd, 2020
Hello, my raised bed is going on top of soil in which green alkanet is rampant however much I try to dig it out. You say weeds will struggle through nine inches of soil/compost in the raised bed but do you think that includes such persistent, invasive ones? I'd rather not take any chances and I have bought a liner already. One more question: are the liners sized to the external or internal dimensions of the bed, and do you put the bed on top of the liner or the liner inside the bed. And does it need securing? Thanks v much, my first time.
Answered by Niall
on May 03rd, 2020
Hi Ruth The liners are only necessary for beds that are 9 inches or lower however i wouldn't take any chances if you have a persistent weed so best to use one. They are fitted to the inside of the beds. You build the bed first and then put the liner in Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Patrick Mc Intyre
on May 03rd, 2020
Hi i have your raised beds but I am wondering if this product is just a liner for the sides and not the bottom. only around the sides inside? Is it needed to have a liner on the bottom i have 21" beds?
Answered by Niall
on May 03rd, 2020
Hi Patrick The liners we supply cover the base and the sides however there is no need to put a liner in to a bed of 21 inches deep as nothing will grow up through this depth of soil Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Cormac
on April 11th, 2020
I am trying to buy a liner for the 14" / 21" split level premier bed, but not sure of the options to choose. E.g., there's two height groups to go for: 7,9,14,21 inch, or 11,16.5,22 inch. I'm confused as to why they're mixed into groups like this. I am assuming we're expected to cut them down: but why are there two separate groups?
Answered by Niall
on April 11th, 2020
Hi Cormac Because we have 2 ranges of raised beds with different internal dimensions and heights. If you go for the biggest liner that we do and you can fold or cut the liner accordingly to your split level bed NIall Quickcrop
Asked By Desmond Scanlon
on April 05th, 2020
We have bought a liner for a 6 x 4 21" raised bed. When fitted do we have to pierce the bottom to allow for drainage. Many Thanks
Answered by Niall
on April 05th, 2020
Hi Desmond No the great thing about Mypex liners like you have bought is that they will allow water pass through but not the soil. So you don't need to worry about that Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Catherine
on April 02nd, 2020
Hi, I have ordered the taller version of the two tier raised bed kit from the premier range. Please could you advise which liner would be best? Thank you.
Answered by Niall
on April 02nd, 2020
Hi Catherine If you choose our largest version of liner it will fit that bed Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Stephanie Percy
on February 16th, 2020
Is there a picture of the liners? Instead of a fabric close-up?
Answered by Niall
on February 17th, 2020
Hi Stephanie I am afraid these are the only photos we have of the liners as they are literally just a fabric liner there are no finishing sides etc Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Katrin
on October 13th, 2019
Hi! The size of our raised bed is 1 x 1 x 1 meter. Do you have a linder for that size? Thanks! Katrin
Answered by Niall
on October 14th, 2019
Hi Katrin We don't. However if you choose the smallest liner we have you can just cut it to size when you fit it or what a lot of people do is just fold the extra back in to the raised bed giving an additional layer of protection Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Liam
on September 16th, 2019
Could you tell me will the liners prevent any toxic chemicals from leaching through pressure treated timber used for veggies.
Answered by Niall
on September 17th, 2019
Hi Liam They will reduce the instance of this but as the liners are made to let water pass through they will not fully prevent any nasties passing through. Our beds are treated with a non toxic wood preserve hence the reason a lot of people go for them. So they don't need any liners Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Lynnette Chapman
on May 21st, 2019
What liner would you recommend for the 21 inch high, 12 foot by 2 foot raised bed? Many thanks in asvance
Answered by Niall
on May 21st, 2019
Hi Lynnette We don't have liners pre-cut for beds that are over 8ft. That said we sell rolls of Mypex which is the same material in larger lengths of different sizes. The one i would recommend is a 10m x 2m. You will have more than you need in the length but you can just cut this. Put the word Mypex in the search bar and they will come up for you Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Georgina
on March 20th, 2019
Hi, I have just discovered that to avoid chemicals leaching into the soil from pressure treated woods it is advised to use a liner. Is this the correct kind of liner to use in this case? thanks so much
Answered by Niall
on March 20th, 2019
Hi Georgina Our beds are treated with a substance that is certified as fine to use when organically growing however some people do like to take the extra precaution of using a Mypex liner which is what we sell. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Robert Dibley
on March 01st, 2019
Can you make smaller liners ? I've got a raised bed which is only 0.8m x 1.2m and 20cm deep, but the suppliers are out of stock of liners. (They still list them on their website, but every nearby store I have tried has found they don't actually have any in.)
Answered by Niall
on March 02nd, 2019
Hi Robert We can of course cut a liner to size for you although if you want on our Liner quick picker you can order the closest size and then just cut it to size once you get it. Whichever suits Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Rhodri Evans
on September 06th, 2018
Hi Niall, it's around a foot high so on second thoughts maybe a higher liner would be requited? How long could I expect a liner to last as well please? Thank you.
Answered by Niall
on September 06th, 2018
Hi again Rhodri The liners for a 14" high bed (roughly) x 8ft x 3ft are £7.95 each and will last between 12/15 years in soil. This particular size is not on the website but i can give it to you if you like. Just phone the office and we will sort it out for you Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Rhodri Evans
on September 06th, 2018
Hi, I'm looking for a liner for a raised bed to protect the wood. I tried using tarpaulin but it's now like paper! The bed is on soil, and I've read on your Q&A section that a 9" depth would be sufficient for that. The size of the bed is approx 8feet by 3 feet. How much would a liner be please? I need three. Thank you, Rhodri.
Answered by Niall
on September 06th, 2018
Hi Rhodri What height are your beds off the ground Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Russ
on August 18th, 2018
I'm considering getting your split level raised bed. Which sized liner should I buy?
Answered by Niall
on August 20th, 2018
Hi Russ If you just order the liner for the 21 inch 6ft x 4ft liner it will work with the Split Level bed Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Jonathan
on July 08th, 2018
I have bought the liners for your split height premier raised bed. Do you recommend fixing it to the sides? Or is it best to just leave it loose and have the soil to keep it in position?
Answered by Andrew
on July 10th, 2018
Hi Jonathan. I would recommend stapling the liner in place inside the raised bed to prevent soil falling between the liner and the timber sides. Once the bed has been filled the soil will hold the liner in place as you say. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Kevin
on April 18th, 2018
Hi, do you need to use a liner if your raised is being placed on soil? As your square foot vegetable gardening says... "If your Square Foot Garden is being placed on garden soil or grass a 9 inch high raised bed would be sufficient as the roots of your plants will be able to grow into the soil below the bed. I don’t recommend a weed control membrane between the beds and the soil as you want to encourage earthworms up into the soil mix as they help to keep it aerated and fertilized."
Answered by Niall
on April 19th, 2018
Not if it is going on soil for the very reason Andrew explains on the website. They really are only for when beds are going on patios or driveways etc Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Geraldine King
on April 12th, 2018
Hi Niall Many thanks for your reply but I was thinking of protecting the wood, not prevent weeds. That's why I said that I didn't need it for the base. Or is the wood treated sufficiently to last for ...... years??
Answered by Niall
on April 13th, 2018
Hi Geraldine The wood is treated sufficiently to last with moisture getting on to it from the soil so i wouldn't worry about that. I am not sure that the liner would extend the life by much. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Geraldine King
on April 11th, 2018
Hello Andrew You have kindly supplied me with 2 raised beds, 8' x 3' - 14" depth (you call tell what age I am!!). They're great and now assembled and in situ. Could you provide lining for both please - I'm not really bothered about lining the base of the bed, just the insides of the wood. Is this possible?
Answered by Niall
on April 12th, 2018
Hi Geraldine If you want to phone the office we can arrange for a larger liner for you to fit these beds no problem although a 14 inch deep bed doesn't really require a liner unless going on a patio as nothing will grow up through that depth of soil Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Dave Eley
on July 12th, 2017
I'm thinking of getting 6x3 9" high beds with liners but if the same liner fits a 9" high bed as a 21" high one, how high are the sides of your liners - will I need to trim the sides to fit?
Answered by Andrew
on July 13th, 2017
Thats right Dave. However i am happy to get it cut exactly to size before it leaves the warehouse if you just email me the order number once order is placed. Normally you just fold down the tops before fixing it to the inside of the beds
Asked By Julia
on April 15th, 2017
Do we need to make drainage holes in the liners or are they water-permeable?
Answered by Andrew
on April 18th, 2017
Hi Julia. The liners are semi permeable so you will not need to make holes in the material.
Asked By Margaret Stevenson
on April 02nd, 2017
Do I understand from your answer on 11th August 2016 that your liners come with a base section
Answered by Andrew
on April 05th, 2017
Hi Margaret. The liner is a single piece of landscaping fabric that is placed in the bottom of the bed and stapled around the sides. The previous question referred to a 6x6ft bed which is wider than the fabric we stock so was supplied in 2 pieces. In answer to your question, n, the liner does not come with a base section.
Asked By Margaret
on August 08th, 2016
we are novices using reconditioned heat treated pallet collars .6 x .8 for raised beds. We don't really want to line - is this safe? How do we get liner to fit only the sides of our 'boxes' of varying depths? Would appreciate any advice.
Answered by Andrew
on August 11th, 2016
hello, yes they will be safe to use but will probably rot quite quickly with no lining. All raised bed liners are some type of landscaping fabric and can easily be cut to size to fit your raised beds
Asked By Oonagh
on June 22nd, 2016
Hi Andrew. The raised beds I am building is 245cm long, 57cm wide, 55cm high. What would the lining cost for this? Do you cut the lining a little bigger? How much soil do I need? How much would that cost? Do you have a delivery charge? Many thanks
Answered by Andrew
on June 24th, 2016
Hi Oonagh. The lining material can be cut to any size. I would recommend buying the 2m wide mypex and select the length you require, the closest will be 10m. THe cost is €17.50. https://www.quickcrop.co.uk/product/mypex-landscape-fabric-2m-wide You will need 780 litres of soil to fill the bed so would recommend the bulk bag of soil mix (850 litres) at a cost of €99.00. https://www.quickcrop.ie/product/1-tonne-of-vegetable-soilcompost-mix-dublin-area-only Our delivery charge is a flat rate of €3.95 no matter how much you order.
Asked By Oonagh Meighan
on June 14th, 2016
I am building a raised vegetable bed from old wardrobe doors. It will be 7.5ft x 3.5ft.would you have a liner to fit that?
Answered by Andrew
on June 15th, 2016
Hi Oonagh. Yes we can supply a lining to any size you require. We would need the height of the bed as well as length and breadth to cut the piece you need. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Mrs Carol Drury
on April 07th, 2016
On your response to my question on how to fit the liner to my 21" raised bed, you say it should not be in two pieces but the liner I have received from you is in two pieces. Am I to understand that it should not be ?
Answered by Andrew
on April 11th, 2016
Hi Carol. If you have a 6x6 bed the liner is supplied in 2 pieces as we don't have a width sufficient to supply in one. The sheets should be overlapped by approx 32 inches and will make no difference to the performance of the bed. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Mrs Carol Drury
on April 02nd, 2016
I have a 21 inch raised bed and have just received the liner It appears to be in two pieces could you pleased give me some guidance on how to fit the liner
Answered by Andrew
on April 06th, 2016
Thank you for your question Carol. The liner is only for the base and it runs up the side of the beds about 1ft so it shouldn't be in two pieces. Really the liner is to stop any leeching of soil out the base or to stop weeds growing up through the beds. You just have to lay it on the base of the bed and staple loosely to all four sides. Once you start filling with soil it won't go anywhere.

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