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Very large containers for planting beds

Looking for ideas and experience with large containers that can be used in parking lots, brownfield, and other temporary urban sites to get demonstration gardens in on trial basis without having to do excavation and topsoil replacement. Bigger, deeper and more durable than kiddie swim pools with removal and relocation possibilities. Kind of a raised bed garden that could be moved if necessary to sprout another day. Stock tanks  a posssibility.
Appreciate your experiences and thanks in advance,
Joe Mathers, Community Action Coalition Garden Coordinator

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