There are many ways to remember your loved one when they have passed. If the grave site is far from your home, or if your loved one was cremated and the ashes are elsewhere, you can opt to look into memorial stones for gardens. A memorial stone placed in your garden can let everyone who visits your home know that this person has a special place in your heart.
The memorial stone can have the name of the person engraved on it, as well as any saying that you like. You may want to include a famous quote from the individual, or a quote that sums up their life. Alternatively, you may wish to include a phrase such as “devoted father” or “beloved aunt.” Basically anything you like can be written on memorial stones for gardens.
Once you have the memorial stone, you can place it prominently in your garden. Many people place the stone at the entrance to the garden, as a part of the foot path leading to it. Others place the memorial stone within the garden itself, in the center or toward the front where it is sure to be noticed. You will want to weed your garden faithfully so that the memorial stone does not become overgrown and invisible to the glancing eye. You may also want to clean the stone with water and perhaps a gentle cleanser from time to time to make sure that it stays shiny and clean, and very visible. Memorial stones for gardens allow you to dedicate your garden to a wonderful cause.