Why use Living Memorial?
It is made using 100% biodegradable material, and is respectful to the environment in all the ways possible. The unique mixture is the perfect medium to allow for the proper growth of a tree or plant when planted with the remains of your loved one.
How does it work?
We’ve spent over 10 years working with some of the world’s leading scientists and grief counsellors to develop a unique environmentally friendly product that allows a variety of plants and trees to grow from a loved ones cremated remains.Learn More
What are the benefits?
Living Memorial has been created to protect the environment for future generations. Our patented mixture is 100% organic and does not harm the environment in any way. The container is 100% biodegradable specially manufactured in recycled materials to allow natural decomposition in any soil.
You choose your plant or tree
Unlike similar products the patented organic mixture allows you to choose a plant or tree of your choice making the memorial personal to you.
Put simply our product works. With over 10 years experience working with some of the world’s leading scientists and grief counsellors to develop our patented organic mixture, we are so confident it works we guarantee it.
Riley was part of our family for 12 years. When she died we wanted her final resting spot to be somewhere special. She loved visiting the family farm and running around outside to explore all the new smells and sights. I liked the idea of having a living memorial to remember Riley. Let your love grow was the perfect solution. We buried her ashes at the farm and planted a rose bush next to a small white cross to always remember her happy care free days.
Thanks for giving us the option of a living memorial for our beloved family dog – Sandy and Mark Sullivan.
Brittany, aka Bit Bit, was my beautiful Springer Spaniel and best friend for 13 wonderful years. She loved car rides, people and loved giving hugs when I was sad. My sister also became very attached to her and Bit Bit was there whenever we needed a hug or a friend to listen to us. When I had her cremated in 2006 I couldn’t take her remains quite yet; so my sister held on to them until 2011 when I was ready. She was sitting in my curio cabinet until I found out about Let Your Love Grow organic mixture. Doing this memorial gave me peace and happiness that our Bit Bit is nurturing a memorial plant, one for my home and another for my sister’s home. Brittany is still giving but now in a different way.
Thank you so much for giving us a wonderful way to keep her spirit and beauty alive – Kim Atchley.