Testimonial: An Evergreen Memorial for Heidi

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. 

“Thank you for your product. I was able to obtain it through Rainbow Bridge Pet Crematorium in Loveland, Colorado. Today, I planted a six-foot evergreen tree in my backyard in honor of my 13-year old German Shepherd, Heidi. Although I lost her last October, I had to wait until this summer to plant the tree I wanted. Today, I was able to complete my last duty and pay my last respects to her.  

She will now be living again in her tree, where I will be able to see her every day. It is hard to express how much our pets mean to us, but you’ve helped with the grieving and healing process. The folks at Rainbow Bridge were absolutely fantastic in helping me, and their recommendation of your product was obviously a good one.”


– Kory N.

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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