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Put another one on top with highs to keep the neighbourhood cats from using it as a giant later box! When you open it up it also makes for a fun platform. If you just make the top part a frame with corner braces, you can put one of those little blue wadding pools in it for a sun & surf spot. Pound a 2 inch wide PVC tube a foot or so into the ground leaving 2 feet or so above ground and you have an umbrella stand/holder for shade. Take some more PVC about 3 1/2 inches tall and wide enough to hold a beverage container of your choosing and use hose clamps to attach them to the umbrella stand. Too big a diameter for smaller cups? Just drill a small hole near the bottom and glue or friction fit a long galvinized nail through the hole. You can use a small cork or block of wood in the inside to nail into if the nail does not reach all the way across. That will prevent little hands from injury, as you just KNOW they're going to stick their hands in there!
What a great garden!! The only thing that I would consider changing for our area, is putting the 4 x4 posts to a height of 8 feet above ground (not sure how deep I'd have to dig the holes?) on the outside perimeter and adding deer netting to the top of my posts. We have a really bad problem with deer here, and they make planting a garden hopeless! I love them though, so a fence is my only option. My way the boxes would be on the inside and less accessible to Bambi & Thumper. They still would get anything that pokes through the mesh. I guess that makes it a win win for everybody. After all...we all gotta eat!?
I meant to say hinges in the first sentence. I really hate auto-correct at times. *Sigh*!
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