Is your family struggling to figure out where you’re going to scatter a loved one’s cremated remains following their cremation service in Ferndale, WA? If so, have you considered doing it inside a scattering garden? A scattering garden is a special garden tucked away in a cemetery that is used exclusively for scattering people’s remains. It’s an excellent option for many families. Here are some of the benefits of scattering a person’s remains in a scattering garden.
Provides your family with a safe place to scatter a loved one’s remains
If you want to do it, you can scatter a loved one’s remains out at sea, up on a mountain, or even in the middle of a national park if you want. But there will be some risks associated with traveling to each of these places to scatter a loved one’s remains after their Ferndale, WA cremation is complete. Scattering their remains in a scattering garden would be a much safer option overall. You won’t have to worry about a thing when you’re scattering a loved one’s remains here.
Ensures a loved one’s remains don’t get trampled by people, animals, etc.
If you scatter a loved one’s remains out in the world, there is a small chance that they might end up getting trampled at some point. People might walk over them if they blow onto a nature trail. Animals might get to them if they’re put into the same place where they go for food. If you’re concerned about these kinds of things happening, you should put a loved one’s remains into a scattering garden instead. You’ll rest a little easier at night knowing that your loved one’s remains are safe and sound.
Gives your family a spot to come and “visit” a loved one’s remains
In the years to come, you and your fellow family members are likely going to want to “visit” a loved one’s remains if you can. But it’s going to be pretty much impossible to do this if you scatter the remains, say, out at sea or in a national park a few states away. By scattering a loved one’s remains in a scattering garden, you’ll give your family a centralized location to visit them. Your family will be able to go to a scattering garden whenever you want to spend a few quiet moments.
Allows your loved one’s remains to be in the same place where other loved ones are buried
If you have a lot of loved ones buried in a particular cemetery in your area, you might want to keep your recently deceased loved one in the same place as them. This wasn’t always possible in the past. But if a cemetery has a scattering garden in it, it’ll now be an option for you and your family. You can keep all of your family member’s remains together by scattering a person’s remains in a scattering garden.
Would you like to get some other ideas on what families can do with their loved one’s remains after holding Ferndale, WA cremations for them? Give us a call today and a funeral director from our funeral home will break down your additional options for you.