THE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY & MINDFUL CHOICE FOR A MEMORIAL
THE ECO-FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL MEMORIALS
We provide a planet-friendly, meaningful and lasting way to remember a loved one who has passed away.
Our specialist compost and planting materials create the best environment for trees planted with the ashes from cremation.
We’ve found that planting and nurturing a special tree is a therapeutic and comforting experience for those grieving. And by choosing Tree of Life, you’re remembering your loved one in an environmentally-friendly and beautiful way.
We are members of the National Federation of Funeral Directors. This means that we are regulated by their code of practice and support their fair deal charter.
"GARDENING ALLOWS US TO FOCUS OUR MINDS TO THE FUTURE WITH POSITIVITY"
Caring for the planet is an integral part of everything we do.
Every component in our products is biodegradable, compostable or recyclable, and we are always researching more ways to ensure that we can have a minimal impact on the planet.
Plus, by growing a tree from cremated remains, you are avoiding the carcinogenic and toxic chemicals used in embalming and burial.
A FAMILY OWNED UK BUSINESS
The Tree of Life was set up by Sarah, using her own experience of loss to create beautiful ways to remember and cherish someone who is no longer with us.
Gardening has many mental health benefits including helping to relieve stress, anxiety and depression. Planting with the remains of your loved one allows our minds to project forwards, past the short term pain and towards the long term future.
Taking the time to regularly care for your memorial is a powerful way to navigate through grief. We believe that watching a plant flourish – whether that’s a shrub in a pot or a large tree – can give solace and hope even during the saddest of times. And we also believe that finding new, environmentally-conscious alternatives is essential for all aspects of how we live.
For us, Tree of Life combines the best of creating new growth while remembering a life that has sadly ended.