Shrubs and bushes provide a traditional form of remembrance.
They have been arranged in communal beds into which dedication plaques may be placed. Cremated remains of loved ones may be interred nearby.
There are many interesting trees and shrubs to be seen and admired throughout the Gardens of Remembrance. These have been selected for their flowers and foliage and space has been allowed for them to mature as nature intended.
Cremated remains are interred adjacent to the chosen tree or shrub and commemorated with an inscribed plaque in bronze or slate.
Family gardens are dedicated to one family. Each garden is individually planted and provides a distinct, private area for you to visit and tend. Each surrounded by granite setts and marked with a dedication plaque.
Cremated remains of loved ones may be interred within the garden.