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I have a garden area that is too far from the water spout to get water to. I wondered about burrying a pex line from under the house out to the area so I can hook a water hose up to it and water my plants. It would be drained out in the winter, I wouldn't need it, so no worry of freezing. I wonder how deep should I bury this since we occasionally will drive over the area w a small farm tractor, so it isn't damaged. Husband wants to bury the whole thing 18" to 2' deep but it will really be a big mess and tear up a lot of stuff. By digging it by hand we can avoid that, was thinking about going 8-10 inches deep. Any thoughts please.