Bios Biodegradable Cremation Urn for Humans – Transform Your Beloved’s Ashes into a Memorial Plant or Tree

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The “Bios Memorial Urn for Ashes” is the first biodegradable urn designed to transform your beloved pet’s ashes into a living tree. What a beautiful way to ensure your pet’s love keeps on giving long after their gone.

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The “Bios Memorial Urn for Ashes” is the first biodegradable urn designed to transform your beloved pet’s ashes into a living tree. What a beautiful way to ensure your pet’s love keeps on giving long after their gone.

How to plant Bios Urn?
The Bios Urn is very simple to use. First, just place the ashes in the lower part, closing the urn with the upper capsule. After planting the 12.5 inch urn, mix the starter components found in the upper capsule, adding additional soil from the site where you are going to plant the urn. These components allow for proper seed germination. Finally, add the seed or seedling in the upper capsule.

What type of seeds can I use with Bios Urn?
You can use any seed or young plant. The Bios Urn comes with a pine tree see already inside, but you can replace with your loved one’s favorite plant/tree. We recommend that you consult with an expert to find out what type of tree, flowering bush or plant would be best for your environment.

Can I use Bios Urn with old ashes?
Yes! Your Bios Urn may be used with ashes saved from another urn or from years past.

We have even had customers buy multiple urns to share with distant loved ones who couldn’t attend the memorial.

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