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Re: Scattering Gardens?

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Scattering Gardens?
  • From: Jeneva Storme jenevastorme@yahoo.ca
  • Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 12:03:28 -0400 (EDT)

Howdy folks;

Regarding scattering ashes in places with iffy
permanence, I suggest burying them around the roots of
a rosebush, or some other perennial plant that might
conceivably be moved to another location in the event
that the site is lost to sale and/or development. 
Hopefully by the time such a thing occurred, the
person would have effectively "gone into" the plant,
and could be considered a part of the plant more than
the soil around it.

I would prefer more direct composting myself, or
consumption by wildlife, but I guess those are even
trickier to get permission for.  ;-)

Cheers,
Jeneva

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