Also, keep in mind for every Living Urn planted, we plant a second tree in a National Park to give back on behalf of your loved one - see our current reforestation projects. The Living Urn has heard many stories of families planting at a golf course. We believe this is a beautiful idea and if your church has not already done so, it would be a great idea to propose. Most cemeteries and memorial parks are protected areas that will never be built on and the land use will remain a cemetery or memorial park indefinitely. This can be a memorial at more than one favorite place, or a memorial for each family member or friend. Planting a tree in loving memory of someone special is a poignant way to express our sorrow. Despite this growing popularity, tree memorials are still a relatively new concept for many and most people try to quickly educate themselves about planting cremated ashes only after a loved one passes. The Living Urn comes with instructions on planting less than one set of ashes with a tree memorial, making it easy on families who choose to do this. Many people love to visit State and National Parks throughout the year. Choosing to plant cremated ashes of a loved one and grow a tree memorial with The Living Urn's patented tree urn has become a very popular option for families in recent years. Dedicating a tree or woodland provides a living, growing memorial to a loved one and a poignant way of remembering them. See them here. Dedications are available in Woodland Trust woods across the UK and can range from individual trees to whole areas of woodland. Click here for some examples of families planting Living Urns on their property to honor their loved one and give back. In addition, The Living Urn recently formed partnerships with over 30 cemeteries and memorial parks nationwide and together have formed Memory Forests – places where a loved one’s cremated ashes can be planted with a tree and cared for. Did the person who passed love golf, or was he or she part of a golf community at a certain course? They have a wide selection of trees to choose from, along with knowledgeable staff that can answer all of your questions concerning proper planting. 5. For this reason, city parks are a popular local option for families to plant a tree memorial of a loved one. Many families plant The Living Urn in a large pot on the patio with a rose bush, small shrub, or even a small tree. Many churches throughout the U.S. have started allowing Living Urns to be planted on their property and some have even set aside land to offer this to the members of their congregation. This is a great option for people who don’t have a yard or other special place to plant and want their loved one’s memorial nearby. For this reason, among others, many people find these to be a great place to have a tree planting of a loved one. This can be a memorial at more than one favorite place, or a memorial for each family member or friend. Enjoy the tree’s natural beauty, the shade it provides, and the wildlife it brings to your yard and that it supports. Many city parks are open to The Living Urn and welcome the addition of a new tree. Many cemeteries and memorial parks are open to this idea and love having more trees on-site. Click here for some examples of our customers planting beautiful trees with Living Urns at their city park. It can be a beautiful memorial right outside your door, and something that can be viewed daily from the kitchen window to keep the memory of your loved one present. We all love our city parks and for some of us they have a special meaning. For some, these parks have special meaning as they were a favorite family vacation spot or just a place they loved to go. Fairly simple! Many families are choosing to divide up cremated ashes among family members or friends of a loved one and plant multiple tree memorials in their honor. These parks are some of the most beautiful places in the United States and their sheer beauty is truly a site to see! We’ve also heard other beautiful stories of people planting tree memorials at a school, adjacent to a community center, on an Indian reservation, and in front of a sports field, among others. Parks can always use more trees and being part of a park’s beauty is a great way to add to its landscape for the entire community to enjoy. To plant at a state or national park, you need to first contact the relevant park service for permission and guidance on the type of tree to plant so you do not disrupt the ecosystem of the park. Plant a memorial tree for someone in the United Kingdom and send a personalized card. These memorial tree urns are a very special way to pay tribute to your loved one’s memory through the growth of a memorial tree. It can be nearby where other loved ones are buried or interred, and many families elect to have a plaque or other type of marker near the tree memorial. Choose a meaningful, sacred tree gift and add your personalised memorial tree plaque too. A vibrant, beautiful tree benefits everyone… now and for future generations to come. This special porcelain indoor plant urn comes in white, blue or beige and measures about 9” tall and 9” wide. Planting trees at the church adds beauty for everyone to enjoy and keeps the memory of the lost loved ones present.