The most fascinating of our memorial tree urns collection is the oldest, most revered tree in the history of the world. This flat, scallop-leaved tree waves its forest green foliage as the world passes by, just as it did when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.
In the fall, the Ginkgo Biloba turns a bright golden yellow. Thriving for over 1000 years, your favorite pet will carry on as a beautiful symbol of life to the changing world. The oldest record of this beautiful tree is from some 3000 years ago in China where it was described as a medicine tree. When you choose to have your beloved friend's remains flourish in this tree, you bring beauty, strength, longevity and healing to the world.
These biodegradable funeral urns contain the Ginkgo Biloba seed in the lid, along with an unique mix that helps the release of beneficial plant nutrients which are found in cremated ashes. By themselves, ashes are harmful to plants’ health and well-being. However, by planting our memorial tree urn with your pet's cremated ashes, you cultivate a mixture that nourishes and sustains your memorial tree. The urn planter comes inside a beautiful keepsake tin, which can be used after planting the tree as a keepsake memorial chest for collars, tags, trinkets, photos, and more.
**Note: These biodegradable pet urns hold only a small amount of remains (35 cubic inches). Figure 1 cubic inch per 1 pound of body weight. So a 1-35 lb pet would require only 1 of these biodegradable memorial tree urns, but a 36-70 lb pet would require 2 urns (70 lbs / 35 cubic inches = 2 urns).**
Uniquely designed memorial product
Includes keepsake tin
Tin dimensions: 6-1/2" high x 3-1/2" wide
Urn dimensions: 6" high x 3" wide
Holds 35 cubic inches of remains
Eco-friendly, biodegradable materials
Contains real tree seeds
Contains mixture which utilizes remains to help grow tree
Plant urn to grow a beautiful Ginkgo Biloba tree
Ideal for planting in zones 3-10 (see map below)
Our memorial tree urns have a capacity of 35 cubic inches
This urn will hold the equivalent of 35 lbs of body weight
To simply calculate the volume of remains, follow this formula:
One pound of the pet's weight will require one cubic inch capacity
A 20 lbs pet will require a capacity of roughly 20 cubic inches