Where I can plant the Bios Urn

Private Property

If you own a home or property, you can legally plant the Bios Urn in your backyard or garden. To ensure that the tree grows successfully, it is recommended that you choose a tree species that fits your location and space and is appropriate in size.
You can easily find the correct dimensions and species with the help of any nursery.

In addition, we offer free services to our customers to assist them throughout the process. So, if you want to know more or need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Philippa honoured her husband, Mark, by planting a Gum Tree on their farm in Victoria. She also shared her story as our testimonial and first Australian testimonial, which you can read here.

Where can I plant my Bios Urn tree

In A Planter

If you do not have a backyard, you can still plant the Bios Urn in a large planter to create a beautiful green space to honour the memory of your loved one. This option is also perfect for those who are relocating or prefer a smaller option.

The Bios Urn allows you to grow lovely flowering plants like roses, lechenaultia, or tetratheca glandulosa. You may also opt for a dwarf tree, such as a lemon tree, camellias, or the beautiful White Caviar. This will help you create a serene and peaceful environment in any space in memory of your loved ones.

For instance, Sumi planted her mother’s Bougainvillea in a planter and has a story to tell about it. Click here to read about Sumi’s experience.

In Nature

Forests may be an excellent place to plant the Bios Urn, although it is necessary to respect the local flora and plant appropriate tree species that match the local environment. We strongly recommend asking your local Council about permissions.
Please explain that the Bios Urn is a 100% biodegradable product, entirely produced with locally sourced recycled materials, and is organic in its composition and structure. It decomposes into the natural environment without affecting the surrounding life.

Anne planted her mother´s Bios Urn in a forest near her house. Click here to read Anne’s story.

Green (natural) Burial Locations

Many natural (green) burial grounds allow for planting a Bios Urn. Local cemeteries may allow for a Bios Urn to be planted; in some countries, veteran cemeteries are willing to accommodate this burial. We strongly recommend asking your local Council to get the right information.

Opened in 2017, the “Boisé de Vie” is the first Bios Park ® in the world. Click here to read the story.

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