Today I bought a planter for the grave, planted with Autumn/Winter pansies and cyclamen. The man at the garden centre said if I water it a couple of times a week in a dry spell, it should last until around Christmas. I wanted to have something nice growing, that would last longer than cut flowers, you see, because I am the only one that will go there, and the only one that will put flowers on. And because William's grave is tucked right up against the ancient stone wall (which he would be pleased about), it does mean that not a lot will grow there. It's in quite a bit of shade. I will be putting a headstone up eventually, but can't put a kerb around the grave, because it would be in the way of the route down through the graveyard. The main route to the end of the graveyard goes down beside the wall, and so beside William's grave - I'd hate any pall-bearer of the future to trip over a kerb around William's grave!