Galvanized Stock Tanks in the Garden

I have mentioned before that I have used galvanized stock tanks for our veggie gardens. The are the prefect solution to growing large tomatoes, lettuce and peppers in a smaller space. I am using these containers again for a client, but on a much large scale. While sourcing the larger containers I came across these great alternative uses for the stock tanks in the garden/yard.

Planted with evergreens and placed on wheels, the troughs create a large garden gate.
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Used intertwined to create an interesting planting bed.
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Used as planters on wheels to delineate spaces at an outdoor patio
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Used as a water garden with Lillies. I love this image mixed with the gravel and stone.
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Used as a backyard pool.
via apartment therapy from Waldorf Modern

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