Someone said :
I was interviewing an undertaker earlier today (as one does) and the vast majority of people he has dealt with who are cremated also get buried, which he thinks is redundant.
I like the chaotic headstones of a traditional Irish graveyard, it gives it a bit of life for want of a better word. I have been to many graveyards of many religions, the Quakers are extremely organised but so boring, a lot of the American ones I have been to (mostly East Coast) don't have headstones per-say, but plaques on the ground, which is also weird.
My uncle was cremated in london, and his ashes were placed in a hole in the ground and a rose was placed on top, (From death there comes life)this was in a field beside the church. They had a gardener and the whole field was covered in roses, all different colours and smells, it was very peaceful, they also had benches all around.