pex line, hose bib, thick wall

Hello all I have some PEX lines (house water pressure) buried in PVC conduit which distribute to some irrigation points. I'd like to bring one of the PEX lines to a surface and add a hose bib. Problem is, the best surface is an incredibly thick garden wall and the usual hose bib installation method (line -> 1/2" connection --> through the wall) would be a real pain. In addition you aren't supposed to leave PEX exposed.
I'm thinking about running the PEX in a PVC conduit up the side of the wall and into a small heavy PVC box, surface mounted, then attaching the hose bib through the side of the box.
Is there a better solution? I've thought of a "yard hydrant" but I don't want someone impaling themself on it.
I don't see any self-contained boxes with hose bibs, except expensive marine-grade for piers.
Thanks for any ideas.
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On 11 Sep 2005 19:18:24 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@verizon.net wrote:

You could transition the pex to copper and then up the wall with a hose bib mounted..eliminate the pvc (up the wall) and box.
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