Peridotite is an ultramaphic stone that was shoved up from the upper mantle by plate tectonics.
The rough cobble had three longer corners, on these corners I stared with a flower and used leaf like forms to tie the corners together. The shiny black surfaces are complimented by the lush green of the succulents. The plants are outdoor plants that like the sun and can endure northwest weather conditions. A little water and fertilizer in the summer keeps them happy.
Peridotite stone with sedums and sempervivum, 14in wide x 12in deep x 8in high, $350
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