When the doors to the St Joseph Altar are left open, it appears that the Angel Gabriel and Virgin Mary are focused on what occupies the space in between them. In this space sits a small back-lit resin work featuring an asparagus fern which is considered both an ornamental plant and an invasive weed. It is both the focus of the two religious figures, and the focus of the visitor‘s attention. The title for the work might explain the shape the fern needles have been arranged - to look like a heart. Many visitors commented that it also appeared to be in the shape of female pubic hair and opened a lively discussion about the entry of Christ into the world.