Memorial Garden Service

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A Tranquil Place to Remember

Powell Gardens, Kansas City’s botanical garden, is a well-loved place for creating family memories or finding a renewed sense of peace during difficult times. Our secluded Memorial Garden offers a private sanctuary for memorializing your loved one with scattering or placement of cremated remains and a memorial plaque.

With the Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel as a backdrop, the Memorial Garden’s path meanders among native wildflowers, redbuds and lofty oaks. A stone wall embraces the site and holds the memorial plaques, a lasting tribute to your loved one.

The Memorial Garden Program

The Memorial Garden is designed to be a special place to memorialize or pay tribute to a loved one. Individuals are memorialized with a bronze plaque and the scattering of cremains is allowed in conjunction with this program.

The program includes:
•    Authorization for cremated remains to be scattered or placed in a designated area within this garden
•    Inclusion of name on bronze wall plaque
•    Permission for small gathering of remembrance within the garden

Additional event opportunities include:
•    Commemorative service in the Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel
•    Reception in any one of the special event areas
•    Butterfly Release

Memorial Program Options (starting at $3,000)

$3,000Includes the placement of an individual bronze plaque on one of two large collective plaques on the main wall in memory of an individual. Also included is the option to scatter cremains in the Memorial Garden.
$5,000Includes an engraved bronze brick plate, placed individually on one of the two wings of the wall in memory of an individual.
$10,000Includes naming opportunity on one of the signature garden benches with views to the chapel and across the lake.

Donations to the Memorial Program are tax deductible. For more information on this program or other memorial options at Powell Gardens, contact the Special Events Department: 816.697.2600 x228  or events@powellgardens.org

The Memorial Garden is a gift of Langsford Funeral Home—Brad and Sandy Cox