depth 9cm, base diameter 9cm, top diameter 9cm. overall height 60cm.
it was a gift - struggling to know what will be ok in small containers for more than a week or two!
sorry it's on its side.
Being so small it would dry out very quickly, so I would suggest succulents and/or sempervivums, which will tolerate being dry.
Brilliant Pansy! Just spilt my coffee! But think I'll go with Alan's suggestion...
I have plenty of black grass (can't spell the other!) Paula. But what about their roots? Don't they need room to spread? Or will they still be happy 'contained'?
Sorry about the new name Philippa Its wood not metal.
Ferns grow in cracks in walls - no soil, dry - sounds ok. On the same vein - would that flowery trailey thing work (aubretia?), guess not or someone would have mentioned it.
Crocus or hyacinth bulbs next year?
Plastic plants would work a treat
Are you sure they're 9 cm top and bottom MrsG? The top's wider.....
9 cm depth and width is tiny. Sempervivums are about the only thing that would survive I think. Not really the right setting for them though
You could fill them with Easter eggs for next weekend
Quite right FG , typo! top diameter is 15cm - still tiny!!!!
Verdun , I'm sobbing as I spend a fortune on the plastic plants of my dreams
AYM, don't mind Verdun...I think ribbons would look nice draping down
Eggcups! Yup! Easter egg planter!