Planting a tree to honor the memory of a loved one – family member, friend, pet – is a beautiful tribute with significant and life-affirming symbolism. We’re always on the lookout for creative and unique “living memorials” and eco-friendly funeral and memorial options (see here, here, here, here, and here for a few examples), so we’ve had a chance to gather plenty of ideas. Check out these 5 ways you can plant a tree in memory of a loved one. Continue reading 5 Ways You Can Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One
Here are the instructions for planting your memorial tree urn. You can download these instructions here: How to Plant a Memorial Tree Cremation Urn Continue reading How to plant a memorial tree cremation urn
From the reader mailbag we have a question about where to plant our memorial tree urns. Continue reading Where to Plant Memorial Tree Urns
From the reader mailbag, a question covering a variety of topics, including:
- Purchasing more than one urn (for each child in the family)
- Shipping memorial trees to Canada
- Planning ahead
From the reader mailbag, a great question that can be boiled down to, “How do I mark the planting of a memorial tree?” Continue reading Mailbag: How do I mark the planting of memorial tree?
From the mailbag, we have another unique question about our Memorial Tree Urns, this time about planting dwarf iris bulbs in a small container along with the urn. It’s always fascinating to see the many ways these memorial planters can be used! Continue reading Mailbag: Memorial Tree Urn with Iris Bulbs
If you are planning to bury the cremated remains in the ground, here are the options available to you as well as a selection of cremation urns and vaults designed for this purpose. Continue reading Cremation Urns That You Can Bury
Our memorial tree urns are an increasingly popular choice for family and friends to honor their loved one in an unique way. These aren’t simply trees that are planted in memory of a loved one; the cremated remains (or “ashes”) are planted in the ground inside the urn, which includes the tree seeds and biodegrades over time. This causes the remains to be mixed with the clay-based, nutrient-enriched urn to actually provide nutrients for the tree from the ashes, helping the memorial tree grow healthy and strong. Continue reading Memorial Tree Urn Unboxing
From the reader mailbag, a question about useing a memorial tree urn near an existing tree. Continue reading Mailbag: Can I use a memorial tree urn near an existing tree?
Another inquiry from the reader mailbag about our Memorial Tree Urns, which you can use to plant a memorial tree using your loved one’s remains: Continue reading Mailbag: Is there an expiration for the Dogwood Tree Urn?