There are many uses for old British telephone boxes that no longer house public telephones.
One of my earlier intriguing sights (no.3) was a phonebox that had been turned into a lending library.
Today, as I was driving through the village of Spittalfield in Perthshire, I saw another box being used in quite a different way.
As you can perhaps make out, it contained foliage of some sort.
When I opened the door I was greeted with the pleasing sight of burgeoning tomato plants in pots sitting on the floor of the phonebox.