Nine boxes! That’s how many we ended up with.
Two of them are being used for potatoes. One more may become a potato container.
We’re still discussing what to do with the others. I want one of the larger ones for a raised bed for asparagus (like the big box on the left in this picture).
But Vince wants to take them apart to save the lumber for some future use (like he’s already done with the one on the right). But why take it apart and then have to build a raised bed when it’s already perfect for a raised bed without taking it apart? Does that make any sense to you?
We’ve lined the potato boxes up along a long edge of the garden, hoping to be an additional hindrance to the deer. In this picture, they’re upside down because he painted the bottoms to hopefully keep the boards from rotting.