Isma Juarez Visit Funermostra to discover the latest news of the funeral sector. The reporter has been able to learn about everything from the latest coffin models to the most original ways to say goodbye to our loved ones using, for example, urns. biodegradable or cushion urns that decompose in the sea.
The reporter speaks with Fernando whose company has generated a
substratum which, together with a series of processes, allows the ashes of the deceased become a plant. All this takes place in an urn that acts as flowerpot. As Fernando explains “the process we have designed makes the ash participate in the nutrition of the plant”.
Fernando tells Juárez what the
process from starting from that substrate to, finally, getting that plant to grow, something that, as he explains, has a manual detailed. The reporter, faced with this statement, ironically answers that “more than one plant will be left behind.” socks“. Furthermore, he does not hesitate to add that, “when you leave vacation A neighbor has to water it for you”, to which Fernando replies that, please, “don’t let it die.” “ Not again“Juárez adds.
Juárez asks Fernando what
plant would become to which he responds that “something that was useful, that gave fruit“. Juárez suggests an eggplant. The reporter, for his part, is clear that he would like to be “an linden so they could make infusions with me and they will relax while they cry for me.”