Mixing cremation ashes with soil
my Nan recently passed away and when she was alive she absolutely loved gardening so as a memorial I would love to incorporate her with the garden somehow!
we are still in our first house and likely to move in a few years so I don't want to plant her ashes directly into the garden and instead was hoping to purchase a nice big pot that I could place the ashes in along with some compost and grow something beautiful, this leaves me with two problems...
1. I've done a bit of research and have seen that cremation ashes generaly arent good for plants especially with it being in such a concentrated area as a pot.
2. I need to find a plant that will flurish in a pot, grow back every year and not need replanting in the earth.
does anybody have any suggestions for me as to how I can achieve this or perhaps another way I have effectively use my nans ashes as a memorial in the garden that I can take with me when I move?