So cleaning out my big shed...making room, and lots of stuff needs to go. I've had this utility sink that's been tucked away in here for probably 10 years for a project that never materialized...and never will materialize. I thought about just chucking it or trying to find someone to take it off my hands, and then I realized it would be a PERFECT planter (unless I'm missing something). I figure I can put in a layer of gravel, fill with soil, and then let stuff grow. Maybe lettuces or something in the early spring. I'd be able to harvest lettuce for a quick salad without bending over. The added bonus is that if it REALLY needed to come inside (think severe cold snap), it could. It'll be heavy, but I think my wife and I could wrestle it indoors. Alternately, I could move it into partial shade if it gets to hot/sunny. So any reason this won't work?