I wonder how UV resistant the plastic is??? It may crack if left outside all the time.
It would be brought inside when not in use, and would be replaced every 2 years.I wonder how UV resistant the plastic is??? It may crack if left outside all the time.
Yep...shade was in the planning board, hence the parasol. Alternately, I could simply put some sort of wall on one or both sides to reduce or remove sunlight for part of the day.I use to use one. Put my fish in it when I moved here from up north back in 83. Down here I put it in the shade.
Very, very nice ! Is all that yours ? If so, great job - love it !Rubbermaid containers and water troughs work best.
Straw would also but it is much like hay when rodents are an issue. Bales of straw are cleaner but either one can work out to be an asset if you like to plant things. Tuck seeds or plants in and they work real well as a temp planting bed? Dirt is good as insulation but that sounds like real work that I tend to avoid! :wink:Anything other than hay bales? The bales would likely attract rodents in a hurry, and would probably not last longer than a year.