Warren Roberts’s best friend passed away 10 years ago. He didn’t cry at the funeral, and if you’d asked him how he was in the following years he would’ve told you he was fine. He wasn’t.

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Living Legacy Forest Products

Living Legacy Forest offers the ability to commemorate through nature with trees.

Holistic Legacy

Living Legacy Tree

“Infuse your ashes into a tree”

Our patented technology combines natural processes to extract the beneficial minerals of cremated remains to support tree growth and honour the circle of life.

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Collective Legacy

Collective Legacy Forest

“200 tree memorial without infusion”

Choose to plant trees in memory of your loved ones. 200 trees planted locally and abroad, replaces the air a person breathes out across a lifetime, your forest footprint leaves a lasting, sustainable gift in return to the planet.

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Remembrance Gift Card

Legacy Giftcard

“A gift of trees in memory of your loved one”

Friends and family can create an enduring and meaningful commemoration by gifting 20 trees that is enduring and more meaningful than just flowers.

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Testimonials

“It gave us absolute peace”

-Dianne Rich

“All of our daughters were able to plant their own Legacy Trees in their own place to continue the presence of their late mother who was a passionate gardener”

-Andrew Troedel

“If I was going to be cremated, I would choose to be a lemon scented gum.”

Jacqui Weatherill, CEO Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust

“My 15 year old god daughters planted the tree on Father’s day, a month after he passed away, and found  so much peace in the experience. 

Mishka King on behalf of the late William Francis Huff

“Some say: for the greater good of mankind, that’s not us, that’s generations to come”

Rob Gell, Environment advocate

“There is a very important connection between plants and people, if you’re planting a tree, it’s for the next generation, your not just planting it for yourself”

Tim Entwisle, Director Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens