End-of-life planning isn't the cheeriest of subjects, but Spanish designer Gerard Moline has created a simple and beautiful option for wood enthusiasts. The Bios Urn is a biodegradable container made from coconut shell, peat and cellulose with a pine tree seed inside. Cremated remains are added, the whole urn is planted and a tree rises from the ashes. The seed can be swapped out for any other plant, if you're partial. Now after you pass you have the potential to literally become wood flooring. Find more information at www.urnabios.com.
Biodegradable Urn Plants Tree with Ashes
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