Hopefully your outdoor/travel research is now in full swing.
When you’re out and about keep your eyes open for Victorian cradle graves. Those graves had a headstone, footstone, and 2 sidebars which created a trough. The family was to plant ornamentals there.
This quote comes from a comic strip where they quoted Michael Crichton, the author…
“If you don’t know history, then you don’t know anything. You’re a leaf that doesn’t know its part of a tree”.
May your searches be fruitful?