But we couldn't plant a veggie garden there, so I felt the next best thing would be a movable cart!
I liked the idea of catching and reusing the water it would consume.
I liked the idea of being able to move it around - in the shade on a super hot day or into the last bit of sun in the late afternoon..
I had several ideas for it, including a metal frame.. 6 pneumatic wheels.. a road train with several trailers.. sun shelters.. a rain catching roof.. a green house.. areas to hook tools..
In the end, this was the quickest I could come up with and we were eager to plant as it was getting late in the season..
Step 1: Parts list
electric drill and philips driver bit
-1 sheet of 2.4m x 1.8m construction ply
-1.2m x 38mm hardwood dowel
-5 x 2.4m x 4cm hardwood garden stakes
-self-drilling wood screws
-2 x plastic wheels
-two sets of billy cart 1/2 inch axles
-exterior grade wood glue
-weatherboard grade silicone gun
-outdoor primer left over from painting the shed
-outdoor paint left over from painting the shed
-I forgot to mention I used pond paint sealer to seal the inside. Please report back if you find something better!