Bud, looks just awsome. Seriously. Are they christian/religous? A celtic cross would look really nice in the circle. Rustic, in keeping with the theme. Heck, even if they aren't religous, a celtic cross is sort of an historical feature. Install and forget, other than the surrounding plantings. I'd be thinking several annual plantings in that circle each year. Maybe some heathers for a small year round interest evegreen feature. Some heathers bloom all winter... they have small fowers, but are ideal near walkways where they get veiwed closely as one walks by. Very under used plants. Might be a bit cold there for some varieties... but the mediteranian strain would do OK. Heathers don't like winter wind, and they like full sun. Still, I have actually used them as annual plantings in locations that arent well suited for them. Robert Colemans flower in the summer, and turn a beautiful golden red in the fall. Not likely to surive your winters unless burlaped. In any case, you did a great job. I hope you get some free pub out of it next summer. You deserve that sort of recognition for this job. Merry Christmas, and bless you and yours. Later.