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Inurnment Definition

Inurnment Definition & Everything Else You Need to Know

Inurnment is simply the placing of cremated remains into a container to store or bury them. Cremated remains or “ashes” are typically inurned in a plastic or cardboard container and given to the family. The family can then purchase a permanent cremation urn and transfer the remains into the new urn. In this fairly typical …

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Do cremated ashes expire for planting as a tree?

How long after death can ashes be used to grow a tree?

From our Reader Mailbag, a question about our Memorial Tree Urns. These are cremation urns that hold a small amount of cremated remains (a.k.a. “ashes). The urn is then “planted” in the ground, and a tree grows from the included seeds, incorporating the remains into the tree. The proprietary composition of the urn helps the …

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