Miniature troughs - for tiny alpines , mosses, or crevice plants.  Small sempervivums,  creeping sedums. Stonecrops,  spleenworts. Or  for cacti indoors . I am interested to hear from anyone knowlegable about what else might survive in these tiny containers with such limited volume of soil. (Perhaps the kind of crevice plants that grow between pavings or in the tops of old walls?).  

 Hearts are mostly about 11cm wide x 3cm thick and can be set within path or patio paving or within the face of a stone wall. I also make some thinner tiles for setting into the face of a rendered wall of a house or porch.  

These chunky arrows can be used to temporarily direct visitors between exhibits and events, or around a public garden. Or can be layed  permanently within paving.

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