Wall Garden

Not a repair, but
Wanting to remove shingles from the back outside wall of garage
Thinking of removing shingles, the are old, cleaning the exposed plywood, then priming the exposed plywood, extra moisture guard Then stapling up layers of a good moisture barrier that is White in color, added water guard and reflect white from Sun for plants Then to create the rectangle containers to hold these little plants
Any added ideas, or experience with achieving>?
Phill
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On Saturday, September 3, 2016 at 7:22:18 PM UTC-4, Phill B wrote:

IDK if you mean the primer is going to serve as the extra moisture guard or not, but if so, primer isn't intended for that purpose, you need paint.

IDK of a moisture barrier that's intended as a long term exterior surface. It certainly doesn't meet building code, if that's a concern.

Not sure what the ultimate goal is, but if it's intended to hold decorative plants, how decorative can this be against a wall covered in Tyek or similar?
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