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  • Premier split level raised bed kit
  • 2 seperate levels for a wider variety of vegetable growing
  • thick timber boards used in its construction
  • premier corner posts keep the raised bed together

NEW Premier Split Level Raised Vegetable Bed

Qty:
149.95

In a nutshell....

A split level timber raised vegetable bed at 6ft by 4ft wide. One level is 14 inches high and the other is a massive 22 inches high. Ideal for a multitude of salads and vegetables. Technical specs are below in the yellow Specification tab.

Features:

  • Very strong construction.
  • 6ft by 4ft wide.
  • Tier 1 Size: 6ft x 2ft x 14in high.
  • Tier 2 Size: 6ft x 2ft x 21in high.
  • 7inch by 1.25inch treated timber boards.
  • 3inch square corner posts.
  • Screws and full instructions included.
  • Will last over 10 yrs.
  • Perfect for growing all kinds of fruit and vegetable crops.
  •  Capacity: 991 Litres of soil will fill this bed (i.e. 16.5 x 60 Litre Bags)
  • All our Premier range of raised beds is made from FSC certified wood

NEW Split Level Raised Vegetable Garden Kit

The 'Premier' Split Level raised vegetable bed is one of our most substantial and attractive looking large wooden planters. The raised bed is built on 2 levels, a 14 inch high section and a 22 inch high section  meaning you can grow everything in the is bed, the deepest root crops. The Split Level bed looks fantastic built against a garden fence where the 2 tiers make a very attractive display and can be planted with crops from the higher tier tumbling down to the lower section.

Our Split level planter is an ideal bed for use in square foot gardening with each tier dividing exactly into 12 square foot sections each. the large amount of soil in the bed allows for deep plant roots meaning you can plant at close spacings and harvest a huge amount of vegetables from this raised bed. Simply divide the bed into square foot sections using garden twine and galvanized nails as shown in our video and try one of the most popular planting techniques for raised bed gardens. Click for more info on raised beds.

Remember, our planter boxes aren't just for growing vegetables, they can also be used as flower beds where the split level design looks particularly well.

Remember Quickcrop are always happy to help you get started with advice on varieties, free videos and fact sheets and can even send you young seedling plants to get you growing with a minimum of fuss.

Click the link below for Assembly Instructions:

Premier Split Level Raised Bed Assembly Instructions

 

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Norman S.
March 20th, 2020
Purchased 2 of these fellows and all came delivered at same time. I was a tad conflustered but got all sorted and assembled in no time, instructions were helpgul. These look lovely outside.
anon
March 20th, 2020
Reeva Singh
December 04th, 2019
This is a beautiful product. I have bought a number of beds from this company but this is the one that looks the best by far. Can't fault them in any way. Wish all online sellers were like this one
John Greene
January 15th, 2019
Cheap delivery and the same quality timber I have come to expect from quickcrop. This is a classy 2 level raised bed and I prefer it to the one with the bench that I have seen on here. Very snappy delivery and well packaged with some free sweets. Happy Customer.
Howard Sloan
November 29th, 2018
With my children growing up and no longer playing in their old Wendy house, I found myself with a vacant part of the garden to fill. I have always fancied growing my own veg, but the size and shape of my garden means it doesn't lend itself well. This raised bed has solved that. I built it about 3 months ago and now have a variety of veg and salad crops thriving away. It was easy to build, and probably took an hour or so. I would recommend using a power screw driver though! Very solid construction which should last for years. Takes quite a lot of soil to fill - somewhere around 1.2 tonnes by my reckoning! At least you only have to fill it once. All in all, very pleased with my purchase.
Charlotte Burton
November 23rd, 2018
My dad has a large garden with veg plot at the bottem, so from a chiled I was use to going down the garden & picking what I want for tea. After buying/moving into my own place I had a very baron gardon, but wanted to grow my own veg/tea, so I bought 2 of these & a square 4ft x 4ft bed. Brilliant!!! Quick delivery & quite easy to put together (& I'm novice DIYer) Some of the planks where slightly warped (like some of the other reviews say) but I like that - ads to the rustics look I like. With all the rain & then sunny weather we've had my veg have grown like mad, can't wait for the produce (won't let me upload pictures on here?)
Clara Nicholls
August 13th, 2018
this is such a great idea, raised area in the higher bed to grow carrots which haven't been a success for me but this year I have loads of happy straight carrots.
F. Al-Hazmi
April 16th, 2018
This is a very good raised bed, the timber used is quite thick and it is easy to screw to. Delivery was nice and fast and bed arrived in a neat kit. Will definately use again.
David Mackie
March 06th, 2018
I actually won this from the Quikcrop Review competition and it is easily the best thing I've ever won. As my polytunnel and small outside plot were already fitted out with beds from Quickcrop this went into our garden as an accessible flower bed to be tended by my wife who uses a wheelchair.It looks good, is well build and has already given my wife some real pleasure. Thank you very much guys.
AngelaPearson
July 30th, 2017
A very compact way to grow vegetables in our new small garden.The standard of delivery and quality of product were both excellent. I would recommend the raised bed to any one.
Vincent McGee
September 01st, 2016
Quick delivery, assembled in 40 mins and plenty of exercise filling with soil! Planting is really easy and it's now full of veggies, salad leaves etc and even a few flowers. Will certainly be adding another one in the autumn.
Rod Greenwood
April 22nd, 2016
I am a regular customer and must compliment you again on the solid nature of your beds and your prompt and easy delivery. The split level bed looks great assembled and I look forward to planting! Thanks again Rod.
Ask a Question
Asked By Jacqueline Vickers
on June 09th, 2020
Hi, I have ordered this as well as a 4ft x 4ft raised bed and some seedlings. Do you recommend that I cover it with something to protect them from wind/rain? Thank you for your help
Answered by Niall
on June 09th, 2020
Hi Jacqueline No need at all. The wood is pressure treated to be able to handle the weather in our climate and will last the test of time in our climate outdoors Niall Quickcrop
Asked By John Byrne
on April 25th, 2020
Hi, Can I paint my raised bed? I will be lining the inside of it with a weed membrane. Thanks, John
Answered by Niall
on April 25th, 2020
Hi John You can of course however i would be careful not to use to strong of a paint and i would only paint the outside Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Daniel Baldwin
on September 25th, 2019
Is it possible to reach the back of the top tier from the front of the bottom tier, ie when standing in front of the bottom bed will I be able to reach the back of the top bed. The position I’m planning to put this bed means it won’t be accessible from the sides.
Answered by Niall
on September 25th, 2019
Hi Daniel Yes it is. We purposely make these beds 4ft wide for that very reason. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mr Ian Boyes
on August 08th, 2019
Interested in purchasing this split level raised bed but faced with a sloping garden. Slope approximately 1 brick height on wall against which 6ft side would be placed. Would I need to dig in and will soil on both sides of wood cause problems.
Answered by Niall
on August 08th, 2019
Hi Ian You could leave the bottom board on the side of the slope off which would mean only the corner posts would have to be dug in. This is what we do when installing them for people. That said if you want to dig in the complete 6ft side you can do that as soil on both sides of the wood is fine. The wood is treated completely to handle soil against it and no need for liners etc. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By claire
on March 16th, 2019
Hi,Im looking for a raised bed to go on top of lawn. I'm already growing raspberries. But would like to start growing cucumbers, courgettes, tomatoes and lettuce. Would the 2 tiered raised bed work for all of theses or would it be better to get 2 separated raised bed one for raspberries and the other for veg ? thanks Claire. The bed will be going close to a fence.
Answered by Niall
on March 18th, 2019
Hi Claire You might be better with a narrower bed for the Raspberries. They will work fine in the Split level for year one and two but you will then see them popping up in the 2nd part of the Split level and eventually the Raspberries will take over Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Maurice Sweeney
on August 02nd, 2018
Hi I’m thinking of buying some raised beds . I’m going to have to build on a large slab of concrete. Any suggestions?
Answered by Niall
on August 03rd, 2018
Hi Maurice That is not an issue. Just make sure to buy the liners for the beds. This will allow water to pass through the beds but make sure they don't bring any soil with them. Also you will be best to go for beds 14 inches or higher so you have a good enough depth of soil to grow in as you have no ground soil below the bed Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mrs shenton
on July 17th, 2018
Do you make beds made to measure
Answered by Andrew
on July 17th, 2018
I am afraid we don't make made to measure beds, sorry!
Asked By Hanka
on March 09th, 2018
Is the timber certified to be used for organic food crop?
Answered by Niall
on March 09th, 2018
Hi Hanka. The timber is not certified as it is a natural product it doesn't need to be however the preservative used to treat the wood in the sawmills to help it last longer in our climate is certified by the Soil association as perfectly fine to use when growing food Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Matt
on February 20th, 2018
We recently purchased one of these and are planning to place it directly into concrete. Is there anything we need to consider from a drainage perspective? Thanks
Answered by Niall
on February 21st, 2018
Hi Matt. If it is going on concrete it may be best to use a liner (we have them on the website). It is really just so that any water that leaks out from the base doesn't bring soil with it. If it is going on soil or grass this is not an issue.
Asked By JING
on June 19th, 2017
what is the different between Split Level Raised Flower Bed and this new premier split level Raised vegetable Bed
Answered by Andrew
on June 20th, 2017
Hi Jing. There is no difference between the split level flower bed and the raised vegetable bed. We just made a Flower Bed section because we kept getting asked could you grow flowers in the vegetable bed products. I hope this answers your question.
Asked By Mary
on July 13th, 2016
Is it possible to just buy the 6x2ft bed on its own?
Answered by Andrew
on July 18th, 2016
Yes, it is possible. Call our office on 01 524 0884 for help with the order.
Asked By Mrs. L.Lyonsl
on April 18th, 2016
Is there a liner for this product also please let me know the cost?
Answered by Andrew
on April 18th, 2016
Hello, yes, it's on the 'Liners for Allotment, Premier and Deluxe Raised Beds' product page and under the '6ft x 4ft (1.8x1.2m)' heading, it costs 7.95.
Asked By Michelle
on October 11th, 2015
I bought this earlier this year, and I love it. Question: Which of your cloches or growhouses would you recommend for use with this bed?
Answered by Andrew
on October 12th, 2015
Hi Michelle. I'm afraid we don't have a cloche which will fit the split level bed because of the 2 tier nature of the design. You could make up a cloche to fit using our mini polytunnel system if you are handy at DIY. You would need to make up a standard 6x4 mini tunnel and then add sides to the lower tier of the bed to make the base all the same height. We can supply everything you will need, if you would like to mail me on andrew@quickcrop.ie or call us on 10788 298 795 I can go into more detail. I hope this helps. Andrew
Answered by Andrew
on October 12th, 2015
Sorry Michelle, phone should read 01788 298 795.
Asked By Peter
on March 24th, 2015
How many litres of topsoil will be needed to fill this raised bed
Answered by Andrew
on March 24th, 2015
Hi, Peter 991 Litres of soil will fill this bed or 16.5 x 60 Litre Bags
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