Have a  Question?

We’re here to help! Explore our FAQs below. 

Where Can I Track My Order?

You Can Track Here! When your order ships, you will receive an email with your order tracking number (this number can also be found on your Account Page). Orders marked as Processing have not shipped yet, Processing can take 3-5 days* (often sooner).

*During April, May, and June processing times may be extended due to high order volume.

How fast is your shipping?

We usually process all orders within 3-5 business days*, often sooner. We partner with UPS & USPS for secure and timely delivery of all orders.  We utilize ground shipping which typically delivers most packages within 2-7 business days, after processing, depending upon your location.

Also, for added convenience you will receive an email with tracking information so you can see how close your order is!

*During April, May, and June processing times may be extended due to high order volume.

Are payments secure?

Yes! Transaction security and buyer confidence is of an utmost importance to us.

All sensitive and private data exchanged between our site (GardenInMinutes.com) and its users happens over a SSL secured communication channel and is encrypted and protected with digital signatures.

Can The Garden Grid™ be used in my existing raised garden beds?

Yes! The Garden Grid™ can be used in raised garden beds or at ground level. Please refer to the dimensions of the Garden Grids™ on the product page to see which size is the best fit for your raised garden bed!

How Complicated is Assembly?

You can assemble any of our raised beds or Garden Grid™ watering systems by hand in minutes. That’s why we’re called Garden In Minutes®!

All of our raised garden beds assemble in just a few minutes by sliding the board ends together and inserting a connecting pin though a predrilled hole. That’s it!

The Garden Grid™ watering system ships to you in pre-assembled sections that you simply press together by hand! Any size is ready to use in about a minute!

Can I Connect My Garden Grid to ...XYZ

You can feed water to the Garden Grid from nearly any water source. The most common of course is a garden hose from your spigot.

If you want to feed water to your Garden Grid from your sprinkler system or existing irrigation you can too. You will just need to ensure your system has a garden hose adaptor. These are common items at most hardware stores, made to fit your specific system. From this adaptor you can simply run a garden hose to your Garden Grid, or connect your Garden Grid to it directly.  

If you need a short garden hose to make the connection, we make them to any length you need! From 1ft+ you can find them here

What are the characteristics of cedar wood in your Raised Garden Beds?

Characteristics of Cedar:

Cedar is a beautiful, strong, and character filled wood! Its durability and longevity make it ideal for raised bed gardening.  Our Cedar Raised Bed boards are generally 1-3/4″ x 7.75″,  but can range in size from 1-5/8″-1-3/4″ in thickness and from 7-5/8″- 8″ in height. To assure a high level of quality, we handpick and cut all of our Cedar Raised Garden Bed boards, so we know that everything fits together perfectly and will last many seasons to come!

  • Cedar varies in color from brown tones, to red, to nearly white, sometimes within the same board. As cedar ages it will become light gray in color. Very distinctive!

  • We use natural and unsealed 3S cedar which has three smooth sides and one rough side. Boards will have some knots in various areas and an amazing cedar smell when you unpack them!

      

 

  • Cedar  will “check” – it looks like splitting – but it is only a crack from drying and doesn’t go through the whole board.

Most wood, cedar included,  is subject to a natural process called “checking”. As wood releases moisture, checking can occur across or through its annual growth rings. This normal result of wood seasoning occurs only on the surface of the wood, and does not affect the wood’s structural performance or integrity. Checking can range from very slight slivers, to cracks running the full length of the board to the heart of the wood. Checking is completely normal and in no way affects the integrity of the wood or the strength. In fact, these characteristics really add to the natural beauty of gardening with real wood!