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5 Ways You Can Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One

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, herehere, 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

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Mailbag: Can Ashes Be Put In a Tree?

Can ashes be put in a tree?

Our Birdhouse Scattering Urns present a creative way to scatter ashes and honor your loved one’s memory. They are designed to hold the remains and be used as a scattering urn, then, after the scattering, the urn transforms into a birdhouse so that you can hang it in a tree as a sort of ‘living memorial‘ tribute that will provide a home for birds.

Recently, a reader wrote in to ask if these urns will work for hanging the ashes of a loved on in a tree. Continue reading Mailbag: Can Ashes Be Put In a Tree?

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Mailbag: Memorial Tree Urn with Iris Bulbs

Memorial Urn

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

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Memorial Tree Urns: Plant a Tree from a Loved One’s Remains

Grow ashes into a tree

When a loved one passes, it is natural to want a unique way to cherish the memory of their life and personality. With our new Memorial Tree Urns, we have made available a simple, beautiful, and life-celebrating way to create lasting memorial to your loved one while caring for the environment around you.

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