A cremation garden is a quiet place of peace and beauty within many cemeteries where a loved one’s remains may be placed without concern for later desecration, development, or concern with permits or permission requests.
Cremation gardens are dedicated spaces found in contemporary cemeteries. They feature flowers and ornamental shrubs meticulously maintained by cemetery grounds keepers. A cremation garden provides assurance that a loved one’s remains is protected and honored in a place of beauty.
Another valuable benefit of a cremation garden is their protected and designated areas for the scattering of ashes. To complement the scattering of ashes in a garden, an accompanying plaque, marker, monument or other memorial is placed in the garden for a perpetual and permanent memorialization of a loved one.
Fairmount Memorial Association cares for and maintains several cremation gardens in our cemeteries which are listed below.
FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL PARK
GREENWOOD MEMORIAL TERRACE
Peaceful Pines Cremation Path
Blissfully flowing through the mature growth of foliage and pines at Greenwood is the Peaceful Pines Cremation Path.
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Whispering Pines Cremation Lawn
The cremation garden at Pines Cemetery is a tranquil oasis in the open and natural surroundings of this Spokane Valley cemetery.
The other cremation garden at Fairmount is Hillcrest Gardens. As its name implies, it is located on the western edge of Fairmount dramatically poised over the Spokane River flowing in the valley below.
Canyon View Cremation Garden
Fairmount Memorial Park contains two separate cremation gardens. Canyon View Cremation Garden is located on the north side of the cemetery. In addition to a beautiful location in sight of overlooking bluffs, is also easily accessible for vehicles.
OTHER CREMATION OPTIONS
Cremation gardens provide a perfect location for permanent memorialization in a natural environment. A garden also provides many options for memorial markers or monuments. Additionally, you may want to discover other options such as a more traditional columbarium or a personalized indoor display niche.