Testimonial: A Dogwood Tree for Ozzie

We are always delighted to see how people around the world are using Let Your Love Grow to memorialize their loved ones. From potted plants to backyard trees, the possibilities are truly endless. Take a look at how one of our customers created a personalized, eco-friendly memorial using Let Your Love Grow.

Dogwood tree planted using the cremated remains of a dog mixed with Let Your Love Grow.

"Ozzie was our beloved black lab. He was with us for 14 years, long enough and dear enough to become a part of our extended family. Our daughters grew up with him and our grandchildren loved him. He had such a gentle nature. Ozzie loved going to our property on the lake and got to spend the last year of his life at our new lake home. We chose to hold Ozzie’s memory close by planting a tree in our yard at the lake (Dogwood, of course). Ozzie will live on as part of that tree as we chose to mix some of his ashes with the Let Your Love Grow organic mixture. The flowering Dogwood will be nurtured by Ozzie’s spirit and substance. It will be a great and beautiful tree."

- John and Karen A. 

Stories like this inspire our team each and every day as we continue our mission to give life back to the earth—even after death. If you’ve created your own living memorial with Let Your Love Grow, we hope you’ll share your story with us. Email info@letyourlovegrow.com and tell us about your loved one and the memorial you created. We’d love to publish it right here on our blog.

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