With the capsules of Return in Green we want to make the remembrance tree possible for everyone. By using the capsules, you ensure that the nutrients from the ashes is actually available for the tree. A 'do it yourself' package that really works and gives you the feeling of connection with your deceased loved one. A connection with a tree that grows and blossoms and where the emphasis is on life!
The death of a loved one is always a major event. There is often a need to give the deceased a respectful and preferably tangible last resting place, such as an (urn) grave or ornamental urn at home.
Spreading at a loved one's grave is also possible, but then there is no tangible remembrance.
The ashes, left over after cremation, contain all the nutritional elements a tree or shrub needs to grow.
Return in Green connects the two possibilities between keeping the ashes as a tangible reminder and scattering them in a precious place.
A tree as a permanent monument for your loved one in your own garden, park or nature reserve and guarantees a priceless feeling of solidarity.
A tree that manifests itself in a different form every season; and in spring, when the buds burst forth, symbolises new life.
You have received six capsules in three colours, each with a capacity of 0.5L. The three colours each have a different degradation period. This depends entirely on the acidity, humidity and heat of the soil, but on average the capsules will break down one by one over a period of 3 years.
With the included funnel you can easily distribute the ashes over the six capsules.
Perform this step for a new tree to be planted.
The capsules, when filled, can be placed directly against the root ball. We recommend placing the capsules approximately 20 cm below ground level. Within one growing season (April to September), the tree will embrace the capsules with its roots. When the first capsules are digested within about a year, the first nutrition from the ashes will be directly absorbed by the tree.
It is important to support the tree with at least two tree poles. Place these opposite each other at the outer edge in the planting hole and hammer them in deep enough so that the top of the tree is a little under the crown.
'A tree that you can visit and that greets us in a different capacity in every season'.