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Raised Garden Beds - Premier 21in Tall Raised Bed Kits


In a nutshell....

Extra tall raised garden bed kit, The premier 21 inch high bed comes in 6ft x 6ft, 6ft x 3t, 6ft x 4ft, 4ft x 4ft, and 3ft x 3ft and more. Click specification below for full specs. Click the yellow specification tab below for more details.



  •     Extra Tall Raised Garden Beds   
  •     Easy to assemble kit with instructions and all fixings included.
  •     1.25in thick treated timber boards, 3in square x 21in high corner posts.
  •     Variety of sizes available: 3ft x 3ft, 4ft x 4ft, 6ft x 3ft, 6ft x 4ft, or 6ft x 6ft. 21 inches high and many others recently added
  •     Perfect for the garden, polytunnel, greenhouse, or allotment.
  •     Will last approx 10 years of continuous use.
  •     All our wood in the Premier range of beds is 100% FSC certified
  •     Please the note the 8ft beds are only available for UK delivery
  •     All of our 12ft beds come as as two 6ft sections that can be set up as 2 beds & linked together or as one long bed with a linking board across the centre.   

Soil Capacity

3ft x 3ft x 21in - 446 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 7.5 x 60 Litre Bags)

4ft x 4ft x 21in - 793 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 13.25 x 60 Litre Bags)

6ft x 3ft x 21in - 892 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 15 x 60 Litre Bags)

6ft x 4ft x 21in - 1189 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 20 x 60 Litre Bags)

6ft x 6ft x 21in - 1784 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 29.75 x 60 Litre Bags)

8ft x 2ft x 21in - 892 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 15 x 60 Litre Bags)

8ft x 3ft x 21in - 1189 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 20 x 60 Litre Bags)

8ft x 4ft x 21in - 1586 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 26.5 x 60 Litre Bags)

12ft x 2ft x 21in - 1189 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 20 x 60 Litre Bags)

12ft x 3ft x 21in - 1784 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 29.75 x 60 Litre Bags)

12ft x 4ft x 21in - 2376 Litres of soil or compost (i.e. 39.6 x 60 Litre Bags)


Our Tallest Raised Bed Kit - For Vegetable Gardening

21inch Premier raised beds are the tallest raised garden beds in the range and look fabulous in any garden, allotment or tunnel. They are made from 1.25 inch thick timber and are exceptionally easy to work on. The increase in height makes them ideal for gardeners in wheelchairs or those who may have difficulty bending. There is nothing that you couldn't possibly grow in up to 21" of soil (unless you have some super carrots we don't know about), from deep root crops like parsnips, carrots and potatoes to salads and herbs of any kind as well as peas and beans. If you are serious about your vegetable gardening then this 21in tall raised vegetable planter is the way to go. These beds can accommodate up to a huge 21 inches of soil, but of course you can fill it up to whatever level suits your needs. That's the best thing about this type of gardening, you can have different soil types and levels in each bed to provide the correct environment for whatever fruit or vegetables you are growing.

We've re-designed our 'Premier' range of raised vegetable beds. We decided to go for a chunkier version of the hugely popular 'Classic' bed made with a much thicker 35mm timber. All our beds are made from timber cut and treated to our specification in our our local sawmills. The preservative used is certified by the soil association as safe for use with organic food crops. Click for more info on our raised garden beds.

Different Sizes Available:
Like all our raised bed kits, we stock the 21in premier in a variety of sizes to better suit your needs. The 21" Premier Raised Bed is available in multiple sizes from 3ft x 3ft up to 12ft x 4ft. Please select the required size by clicking the BED SIZE tab above the add to cart button.

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John Mulcahy
December 04th, 2019
You gotta love this bed. It is everything it says it is and looks great in my garden. It did take a lot of soil to fill it but happy i went for this extra height as i can now sit on the side of the bed as i work on it as i am elderly this helps
January 24th, 2019
easy to assemble, was able to grow runner beans , salad, tomatoes, courgettes, broad beans. not needed to weed.
Ben H
December 20th, 2018
Ordered these last week. Delivery great - packed well. Such good quality and for such a reasonable price. Wood is fully treated and proper solid. Nice long wide screws as well. Really easy to put together with a power tool.
December 04th, 2018
Delivery and customer service was very friendly and efficient. Product was straightforward and and easy to assemble . Really delighted with appearance and height of raised bed and quality seems good. Looking forward to starting my homegrown vegetables!
Edel Storan
May 24th, 2018
This is a brilliant bed and its handy for me as I don't have to stoop as far down to water and inspect the soil. It was easy to assemble once I borrowed a screwdriver and looks great. The timber used is of an amazing quality as I've had other beds in the past where the wood tended to warp after a few months. There is a great selection of sizes here ( I went with the 6 X 6 ) and am delighted with it as its long enough to grow a multitude of vegetables and is deep enough to even plant potatoes. I'm really looking forward to start growing soon. Delivery was excellent and it came with free jellies. Lovely
Peter Balstrom
April 16th, 2018
A neighbour got some of your premier raised beds last year, so I decided to give it a go this year. I always thought the raised beds looked good next door, but when I got mine I was pleased to see that they were immaculately finished with rounded edges. I went for the 21 inch because I can't bend too far with my back, This is the best raised bed I've come across. very happy with purchase. Peter B.
Douglas Goulding
March 21st, 2018
Very happy. The timber in the beds is good and heavy and goes on the generous side which is refreshing. I do need to say how impressed I was with the service and with advice on how to get started. I am new to vegetable gardening and found this company more than helpful.
March 21st, 2018
Quick delivery Pretty easy to assemble Plenty of screws They look good
Gerard McEwan
February 04th, 2018
Very pleased with the quality and price of the 6' x 4' Raised Bed. Reasonably quick delivery considering the Easter weekend came in the middle. Delivered in two handy to carry packs with clear instructions and correct number of screws. Was concerned when I read other reviews that mentioned the need to drill screw holes. DO NOT CONCERN YOURSELF about that! I charged up 4 batteries on two drills and only used one for each, drill and screw-driver. Simples! Thoroughly recommend this product for ease of construction and it feels sturdy. I did it myself and it might have been easier with two people but not really necessary. Job done in just over an hour.
November 26th, 2017
I have bought quite a few raised beds over the last few years, totally re-organising my vegetable garden. They're wonderful. I've opted for the 21" option. Weeding, which can be soul-killing, is now a very simple job. I've laid mypex and chippings between the beds. And, of course, I don't have to reach down as far. The beds are so easily closed down and covered for the winter months, making them much easier to get ready again in springtime. Despite possibly the wettest winter on record this year, I've noticed that the soil in the raised beds is already moderately dry. These beds will be ready for planting long before the beds in the open ground. The soil warms up much faster in the raised beds too. Overall, I'm totally sold on the concept of raised beds and I'm particularly sold on the the flat packed product I bought from Quickcrop. I can't recommend them highly enough.
September 01st, 2017
These kits are fantastic! The instructions are great and they go together quickly and look fantastic! Need room for more ;) One of them needed a little bit taken off as it was slightly too long but it really wasn't an issue. We even changed configurations as we actually needed one to be 6x3 rather than 6x4 and made the 3x3 a 3x4 and it still all fitted. Can not recommend highly enough
Pat Harrold
August 19th, 2017
Good sturdy raised beds. You will need a good drill to put them together, but when they are up they look great-an adornment to any garden.
March 21st, 2017
filling my raised bed was the hardest bit, my neighbor gave me some well rotted farm manure,which i layered with topsoil, once that was done,i sat some potatoes, broccoli, cabbage lettuce and onions, and herbs in each corner, i have also put in a few courgettes and i have a feeling things might get fairly crowded when they all start growing, but i am so excited that i could get all these into my raised bed, so far delighted with my purchase.
Brendan Smith
November 09th, 2016
I bought one of these for my grandmother as shes getting old and can't stoop down to weed any more but always enjoyed growing plants. It took around an hour to get the bed set up from assembly to placing a mypex mat underneath it. Its the perfect height for her and she's delighted as its a lot easier to maintain for her and she can grow some of her favorite potatoes as well as a few other bits and bobs on it.
October 28th, 2016
The delivery of the raised garden bed was extremely prompt and efficient. The timber of the bed is very sturdy. One small disadvantage, when assembling the frame a great deal of strength was necessary to insert the screws. The raised bed is spacious as I have sown cauliflower, cabbage, onions and lettuce in it. Thank you for the jellies, they were a lovely treat! :)
August 21st, 2016
Quality treated wood, sturdy, had no problems with assembly, pleased to see you send a few more screws than what is needed ... as I needed them. I like the little bag of sweets too. Looks like I'm going to get several years of good crops with these :-)
lena naughton
July 12th, 2016
excellent product, strong and sturdy
June 19th, 2016
You know exactly what space you have to plant and easy to plant in as it is at your own level.
May 23rd, 2016
These are first rate raised beds, Very strong, sturdy,well finished and easy to assemble. Delivery was very fast and at a price that all other online companies would do well to follow. Well done guys.
Geraldine France
April 15th, 2016
Five stars for quality of product, clear instructions and well packed for ease of assembly. Have no hesitation in fully recommending Quickcrop 21inch raised beds. Enjoyed most helpful and informative videos too! Great delivery service, from ordering through to arrival. Thanks to Quickcrop staff.
Ask a Question
Asked By Jon Wallis
on August 22nd, 2021
You state that the wood is treated, do you mean it is pressure treated or just coated/dipped?
Answered by Niall
on August 23rd, 2021
Hi Jon Yes pressure treated Niall Quickcrop
Asked By AH
on April 26th, 2021
Could the 21in high beds be used as the exterior for a raised pond of lines with pond liner?
Answered by Niall
on April 27th, 2021
You could use the Deluxe beds for a small pond but the weight of the water on the corners in the Premier beds would cause the corners to break away in time Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Graham
on April 22nd, 2021
Hello - are your 8ft beds supplied as a single bed or 2x4ft? TIA
Answered by Niall
on April 22nd, 2021
Hi Graham A single bed however if you wanted we can supply as 2 x 4fts as well. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mike King
on March 02nd, 2021
Niall, i bought a couple of raised beds from you a few years back. I am now moving them to another area of the garden. While they are empty I want to treat them with something to help them preserve & last longer. What do you recommend ? Someone suggested Linseed oil ! Appreciate any suggestions you may have.
Answered by Niall
on March 02nd, 2021
Hi Mike Linseed oil is probably the best thing alright. However make sure that the boards are well dry before treating as you will lock in moisture otherwise. In this fine weather just stand them against the side of a shed etc for a few days and you won't know yourself. They will dry in jig time Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Martina
on February 26th, 2021
Hello, we are about to buy one of your premier 21in beds. Should we line it with plastic to preserve the wood better? We already have a huge bed in the back of the garden made with sleepers and it was lined with plastic. Thanks
Answered by Niall
on February 26th, 2021
Hi Martina The wood is pressure treated and shouldn't need it. If you line with plastic you offer a home to slugs to lay their eggs. So i personally wouldn't Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Charles Draper
on February 09th, 2021
Can you please tell me the difference between the Premier beds and the Flower beds and why the Flower beds are cheaper? Is there a reason why not to use the Flower beds for vegetables?
Answered by Niall
on February 09th, 2021
Hi Charles You have just spotted an pricing issue on the website. The Premier beds went up in price late December but we failed to put up the flower beds which are the exact same product. So act quickly. I will have to put them up later in the week to match the premiers Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Charles Draper
on February 06th, 2021
Can I split a 12' X 2' raised bed into two 6' X 2' beds?
Answered by Niall
on February 08th, 2021
Hi Charles You certainly can. They come supplied as 2 x 6ft x 2ft beds so are easily built that way Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Roger Mant
on November 29th, 2020
Good Morning. Am considering 2 of your 21" 4x4 Premier Bed Kits to replace a worn out 9'x4'x 15" one made of decking. The 21" will make working on them easier now. Are the suport posts slightly longer than 21" to help secure in place or is that not needed. These will go onto soft ground,replacing the existing bed. Hope what I'm asking makes sense.
Answered by Niall
on November 30th, 2020
Morning Roger The posts are exactly 21 inches to match the height of the bed. There is no need for them to go in to the ground as the weight of soil means the bed won't move anywhere. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Michael O Malley
on October 23rd, 2020
Hello How much vegetable/compost soil would I need for Premier raised beds of the following sizes 6 x 6 12 x 3 12 x 4 Many thanks Best Irish website for garden supplies btw ! Michael
Answered by Niall
on October 23rd, 2020
Hi Michael No problem. As follows 6 x 6 x 21 inch high = 1700 litres (2 x tonne bags) 12 x 3 x 21 inch high = 1780 litres (similar 2 tonne bags should do it) 12 x 4 x 21 inch high = 2300 litres (almost 3 tonne bags). All of that said you won't need the high grade soil from top to bottom and can use old compost or poorer fill in the base. Even gravel up to about 10 inches if you want Niall Quickcrop
Asked By ken murray
on July 25th, 2020
Hi there... We're planning to go for the 12 x 4 raised bed but not sure what the main difference between your premier and deluxe beds are ?..Thx..ken
Answered by Andrew
on July 30th, 2020
Hi Ken. Please see this short video on differences between our beds which covers the difference between the Premier and Deluxe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj_OzvaXEKw
Asked By Jim Hill
on July 25th, 2020
Hi. Can you confirm whether Premier 21in is available in size 8ft x 4ft. Appears on drop-down but isn't mentioned as size option elsewhere or on video. Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on July 30th, 2020
Hi Jim. Yes, any beds which are available in the drop down menu are available for purchase, we change sizes from time to time but anything that is available to buy is in stock.
Asked By Rob
on July 19th, 2020
Hi, is the 21inch bed high enough to be rabbit proof? We have a lot of rabbits here! Many thanks.
Answered by Niall
on July 20th, 2020
Hi Rob We have a lot of people who go for the higher beds to successfully keep rabbits off and they work very well. That said nothing is guaranteed if you had a particularly large and hungry rabbit but in the main they certainly will keep rabbits off Niall Quickcrop
Asked By David Farmer
on June 30th, 2020
Can you supply a 21 inch tall kit 6ft x 2ft
Answered by Andrew
on July 01st, 2020
Hi David. I am afraid due to very high demand we are not currently able to complete custom orders. It is not as simple as cutting down boards for you because the beds need to be treated so needs to go through the sawmills first which, at the moment, we can't fit in. Sorry!
Asked By Mary
on June 23rd, 2020
Could I use these for soft fruit?
Answered by Andrew
on June 24th, 2020
Hi Mary. Yes, these beds would be suitable for growing soft fruit.
Asked By Jackie Higgs
on May 05th, 2020
We have taken delivery of our 12’ x 3’ planter. Could you please provide assembly instructions as there were none provided or tell me where I can down load them. Do the planter beds require a liner Thanks Jackie
Answered by Niall
on May 05th, 2020
Hi Jackie Sorry about that. The assembly instructions are on the product page on the website No need for a liner in that depth of soil Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Lee
on April 25th, 2020
Hi I’m looking to buy a raised bed for vegetable growing but only have concrete to put it on - is this possible?
Answered by Niall
on April 25th, 2020
Of course Lee. A lot of our customers do this. However if putting on a patio or concrete you are best to line the bed so that the water can pass through but that it doesn't bring any of the soil with it. If you put the word Liner in the search bar you will find them Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Jean
on April 13th, 2020
Hello I would like to purchase a raised garden bed but want to put it on my decking area. What would I need to line the bed with and is this workable? Many thanks for any advice.
Answered by Niall
on April 13th, 2020
Hi Jean Of course. That is not an issue we have lots of people who put the beds on decking or patios. You just have to order one of our liners which will allow the water pass through the bed but not the soil so you don't end up with big streaks of soil on your decking and the soil falling through the holes. Just put the word Liner in the search bar and you will find the liner picker Niall Quickcrop
Asked By James M
on April 07th, 2020
Hi I'm interested in the 6ft by 4ft premier raised bed kits but I just want to find out if I can purchase a finishing top for this product?
Answered by Niall
on April 07th, 2020
Hi James I am afraid not for the Premier range. We normally have a range called the Castleton which comes with a nice finishing top however it may be another 2 weeks before we have them back in stock Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Peter Wilson
on April 03rd, 2020
Is there any reason why a 21inch high unit could not be used as 3 x 7inch units 7inch
Answered by Niall
on April 04th, 2020
Hi Peter Not really any reason only that the corner posts will be supplied as 21 inch posts which you would have to cut down all 4 posts to 7 inch x 3 Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Vivienne Barnes
on April 02nd, 2020
Hello Again, Sorry for any confusion I’ve decided to order 2 of your 6x4 21inch high premier raised beds. I would like to order enough of your ready mix soil bags too but seem to have acquired two answers as to how many I would need. One answer say 2 and one says three?
Answered by Niall
on April 02nd, 2020
Hi Vivienne Just to clarify for the 6ft x 4ft x 21 inch beds you will need two bags of soil. Your earlier query was in relation to 8ft beds The website is closed until tomorrow. Friday. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Vivienne Barnes
on March 31st, 2020
Hello again please could you clarify how much of your soil mix I would need to order to fill 2 21deep 8x4 premier raised beds
Answered by Niall
on April 01st, 2020
Hi Vivienne Did i not answer that the first time. Sorry if not. I thought i had. Two of the tonne bags or roughly 1,800 litres Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Vivienne Barnes
on March 31st, 2020
Please could you give me a price for 2 -8x4 21 inch high premier raised beds Including the right amount of your ready prepared soil mix to fill both.
Answered by Niall
on March 31st, 2020
Hi Vivienne The beds are £179.95 each as per the website and it will take 3 of the tonne bags to fill them from the bottom to the top if you don't have any of your own soil or compost around. Each of the bags is £129 delivered so your total would be £746.90 delivered. Please note we don't deliver soil to Scotland. Beds no problem Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Lorraine
on March 08th, 2020
How much soil would I require for each 6x3 21inch raised bed? And is it possible to pick delivery days for both the raised beds and soil?
Answered by Niall
on March 09th, 2020
Hi Lorraine 890 litres to fill this raised bed. You can of course choose the day of delivery once it is from Monday to Friday. When you place your order just email us the order number along with your preferred day of delivery and we will confirm this back with you Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Tommy O'Hanlon
on July 18th, 2019
14 or 21in for growing spuds? will be going on a hard surface thanks Tommy
Answered by Niall
on July 18th, 2019
Hi Tommy You can grow any crop in a 14 inch bed as root crops like potatoes only need 10 inches of soil depth. The only reason to go higher is that it is easier to work at. That said it takes a lot more soil to fill Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Ed
on May 30th, 2019
Hi again, I've bought 2 21" and one 14" beds.....3 questions. 1) Three of the end posts for the 21" are not square (about 6 mm wider on two sides. I don't think this will be a problem over the 6' length ..... am I right? 2) I see the pieces are not pre-drilled. Do I need to drill pilot holes or should my Makita be able to drive the screws straight through? 3) The posts are about 1/2 longer than the three panels heights. Should the proud part of the post be at the top of the bed or the bottom?
Answered by Andrew
on May 31st, 2019
Hi Ed. That is a strange one about the posts, I will check the stock here to see if we have an issue. This will be aesthetic only and won't effect the structure of the bed. The boards are not pre drilled but the kit is supplied with good quality self tapping screws which do not require a pilot hole, your Makita will easily be able to screw them in. The posts are 1/2 inch longer to provide some purchase if the bed is to be placed on a slope. You can either sink them below the bed or leave them proud at the top, personally I think they look very well on top. I hope this answers your queries. Andrew
Asked By Ed
on May 16th, 2019
Hi, If I buy the premier raised bed it will go on an area of 15cm deep large (25mm) gravel - would this be OK? Also - would a liner to the inside, vertical sections extend the life of the ed?
Answered by Niall
on May 16th, 2019
Hi Ed The wood is treated so the liner doesn't make a huge difference to how long the beds will last. The main purpose of the liner is if you are putting the beds on a patio etc it will stop the water bringing soil with it when it leaks out. Putting the bed on gravel as you are suggesting is a good idea Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Emma
on May 08th, 2019
If I am putting this on turf would I have to lift the turf first? Or could I put black weed control fabric down then put this on top? I wouldn’t want weeds coming up but wondered what to do.
Answered by Niall
on May 08th, 2019
Hi Emma With a 21 inch high bed no weeds or grass will grow up through this depth of soil so you don't need a liner. Also it is advisable not to have a liner as you want to encourage the worms up through the soil from the garden below. You can of course use Mypex ground cover if you want but there is no major advantage Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Chris N
on March 16th, 2019
Could you supply posts and screws to go one plank higher on the 21inch 6x4 ? If so, how would that affect the price please?
Answered by Niall
on March 18th, 2019
Hi Chris Yes that is not a problem. We just need to get 28 inch corner posts cut for you. If you want to call in to the office we can arrange this and give you a price. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Rosalynn Lewis
on February 20th, 2019
Silly question, perhaps! We are a family of 3. We enjoy growing basic veg. We are looking to buy raised beds, yours look great! Our garden designer has 8 raised beds down on plan! I think too much for us to manage. I want a deep one for potatoes, carrots, courgette, salad, pumpkins etc. Would 3 or 4 be even too many, can you recommend a starting point so we don't get overwhelmed! Thanks. We have grown a some amount of veg successfully over the years but first time for raised beds. Thanks. Rozx
Answered by Megan
on February 20th, 2019
Hi Rosalynn - would you mind sending me on your number to meg.quickcrop@gmail.com so we can give you a call on this? There's quite a lot in your question so I think that would be best in this case! Thanks, Meg - Quickcrop
Asked By Barry Roberts
on January 28th, 2019
Hi i'm interested in your 6x3ft kit, i will be putting this onto concrete slabs, and you mentioned to someone that you don't need a liner? as these boards are treated. I would like to know what the treatment is and is it safe, also can these boards be painted over with coloured fence paint which is also a treatment? Thanks.
Answered by Niall
on January 28th, 2019
Hi Barry If the unit is going on concrete it may be best to use a liner. This will allow water go through the base without taking any of the soil with it. The treatment used is a product called Tanalith E which is fine to use when growing food. I wouldn't paint with standard paint as this can leech through the wood in to the soil and can be harmful to crops. That said if you use the liner then it is ok. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By eli
on June 04th, 2018
this seems to be three times the size of the 20 euro one, so why is it more than three times the price. you could just buy three of the small 7 inch ones and put them one on top of the other.
Answered by Andrew
on June 05th, 2018
Hi Eli. You are not comparing apples with apples. The €20.00 bed is lower grade and thinner timber than the Premier range. The Premier timber is thicker, planed and bullnosed. The Premier beds also have thicker corner posts and larger scews. I hope this answers your query. Andrew
Asked By Alice
on May 16th, 2018
What tools do I need for assembly? Are there any spikes like I have seen on other products if being assembled on dirt/grass (do I need spikes anyway or how do they fit?)?
Answered by Niall
on May 16th, 2018
Hi Alice The kit comes with screws and instructions so all you need is an electric screw driver for screwing in the corners. The beds don't need to be fixed to the ground as once filled they will go nowhere Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Phil
on March 13th, 2018
21 inch 4x4 premier raised bed. Can you tell me the top soil and compost to fill it I'm going to use it mostly for Slad leaf and other vegetables.
Answered by Niall
on March 13th, 2018
Hi Phil It will take 790 litres of compost to fill that bed. The standard vegetable mix we supply would be best to fill this. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Phil
on March 12th, 2018
I'm putting a 21inch deep 3x4 onto a patio which I can't mark so i will be using a liner. Now are the liners totally sealed or do they release water in heavy rain ?
Answered by Niall
on March 12th, 2018
Hi Phil The liners are Mypex liners and are made to let the water through but not any of the soil to go with it and also to stop anything being able to grow up through it. If you use a liner that doesn't allow the water through you will end up with waterlogged soil very quickly and nothing will grow in it. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Answered by Niall
on March 12th, 2018
Hi Phil The liners are Mypex liners and are made to let the water through but not any of the soil to go with it and also to stop anything being able to grow up through it. If you use a liner that doesn't allow the water through you will end up with waterlogged soil very quickly and nothing will grow in it. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Keith
on July 24th, 2017
Hi I bought one of these beds last year but haven't assembled it yet as I'm still trying to get my garden in order. They have been sitting in the shed. My question is, do I need to treat it before using it seeing as it has been lying up all this time? Keith
Answered by Andrew
on July 24th, 2017
Hi Keith. Not at all. The beds are treated just after the wood is cut and this will mean they will last outside in our climate for 8/10 years comfortably. Just assemble them. Fill them with soil and get growing. Its as easy as that.
Asked By Denise
on April 23rd, 2016
Hi, I'm interested in the 6ftx3ft premier raised bed. 21inch high. I note you say that it's ok to grow veg in this on a concrete base. Would this also be deep enough for potatoes? Or would I need to remove the flags beneath?
Answered by Andrew
on April 26th, 2016
Good question Denise. You can grow Potatoes in any depth of soil above 12 inches so yes this bed is fine without having to remove any of the flagstones.
Asked By Rosie
on April 10th, 2016
Are the dimensions internal or external? Thank you
Answered by Andrew
on April 11th, 2016
Hi Rose. The dimensions are external.
Asked By Natalie
on March 17th, 2016
Hi, do these raised beds need any type of liner? If I get a 21" high bed and have it on a concrete base, will it hold enough soil to grow vegetables? Many thanks
Answered by Andrew
on March 17th, 2016
You can use these with or without a liner as they are treated, the treatment we use is safe to use with organic food crops. 21'' high is definitely tall enough to grow veg on a concrete base.
Asked By Jim Edwards
on October 11th, 2015
am I right, these beds do not have a timber base but are open to the soil? How re timbers held together? Screws,posts or brackets?
Answered by Andrew
on October 12th, 2015
Hi Jim. You are correct, the beds do not have a base an sit directly on the soil. The timbers are held together using screws which are fastened through the timber and into the 3 inch square internal corner posts.
Asked By Francesco
on June 07th, 2015
Do you have a "net" to stop moles from the bottom when the planter is placed on existing soil?
Answered by Andrew
on June 08th, 2015
Hi Francesco. We don't normally sell mole mesh as it is so rarely a problem here but I can supply a galvanized steel mesh if required which should keep a lion out, never mind a mole!
Asked By donna Payne
on May 25th, 2015
I have bought 4 of the 21 inche 6x6 beds and the stepped bed. Can you tell me how much soil I will need to fill them. I am using some of my garden cuttings etc to act as a base underneath a layer of newspaper
Answered by Andrew
on May 26th, 2015
Each of the 6ft x 6ft beds x 21" high take 1,700 litres of soil/compost to fill. So your four beds will take 6,800 litres to fill the beds
Asked By Lewis Richards
on April 07th, 2015
I am looking to buy the 6ft by 3ft premier 21inch raised bed and was wondering how many bags of the soil I need to order as well to make sure it is filled correctly?
Answered by Andrew
on April 07th, 2015
Hello, the 21in premier 6ft x 3ft raised bed takes 892 Litres to fill (i.e. 15 x 60 Litre Bags).
Asked By Bob Taylor
on March 01st, 2015
How much is garden soil in bags of 60litres to fill 2 x 4'x4' and 1x3'x3'. I have asked a question on this subject before.
Answered by Andrew
on March 01st, 2015
Hi Bob. I remember you question and and had asked you what height beds you are interested in?

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Delivery times had been impacted earlier in the year with the increase in online shopping putting immense strain on all couriers. Thankfully we are almost back to normal. 

Please allow 2-3 working days for delivery.

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Standard Quickcrop deliveries only €3.95.

Standard delivery €3.95 - Our standard delivery rate is €3.95 and covers all goods except raised beds and some selected heavy items. €3.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of items ordered.

Allotment raised beds €5.95 - Allotment style raised beds carry a delivery of €5.95 per complete order. €5.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of allotment raised beds or additional items ordered.

Premier/Deluxe raised beds €9.95 - Premier or Deluxe raised beds carry a delivery of €9.95 per complete order. €9.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of raised beds or additional items ordered.

Bulky Items €9.95 - Some large items (e.g. compost bins) carry a delivery charge of €9.95. Any items that carry the large item surcharge will be clearly marked on the product page.

Will there be any extra charges? There are no customs fees. Occasionally an additional delivery charge may be incurred when preorder items are ordered along with items for immediate delivery. Preorder items include  bulbs, seed potatoes, garlic, onions, bare root stock etc. 

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€14.95 - Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland.

How long does it take?
Stock permitting we aim to dispatch your goods within 2 working days of receiving your order. The average time taken from order to delivery is 2-3 days for Irish orders, 3-5 days for UK orders, and 8-10 working days for other European destinations.

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I'm ordering several items, do they all arrive at the same time?
All items dispatched at the same time will normally be delivered in one delivery. The exceptions are bulk bags of soil or compost which comes in a separate delivery using a different delivery company. Seedlings will be dispatched directly from our tunnels.

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