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Cemeteries

More and more cemeteries are now being used as outdoor spaces. They are valued as memorial parks, which provide rest and relaxation in the busy urban environment. The landscaping of cemeteries requires a very specific vision on design and planting. Matters such as use of space, soil problems, planting and technical management issues play an important role in the choice of species. Apart from this, cemeteries offer an excellent opportunity for planting unusual trees that are impossible or difficult to use in other locations. This includes traditional weeping trees, climbing trees at children's cemeteries, fruit trees or large, characteristic multi-stems.

Special graveyard or dignified military cemetery?

Special graveyard or dignified military cemetery?

Ebben Nurseries offers a wide range of trees and shrubs for cemeteries and will be happy to support you in your choice of species.

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Trees at Cemeteries

Unique source of inspiration for managers and designers: symbolism, history, design, management and choice of trees for cemeteries.

Trees at Cemeteries
  • AuthorAda Wille, Wille Landscape and Cemetery Architecture and Marko Mouwen, Ebben Nurseries Green Engineer
  • ContentsHistory, design, planting trees, managing trees, 150 pages of choices, the symbolic meaning of trees, tree walks at cemeteries.
  • Length312 pages
  • BindingHardback
  • LanguageDutch
  • Price€ 29,50 (excl. post and packaging)

In the book ‘Trees at Cemeteries’, landscape architect Ada Wille and green engineer Marko Mouwen bring together a wealth of information on symbolism, history, design, management and choices for cemetery trees. More and more cemeteries are now being used as outdoor spaces. The book provides insight into how this functional shift translates to the design, choice of species and management, for example. ‘Trees at Cemeteries’ forms an indispensable source of inspiration in terms of species and forms as well as a wide selection of beautiful photographic material showing unique cemeteries and cemetery trees. Factors such as use of space, soil problems, planting and technical management measures are also discussed in detail.

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Reference projects cemeteries

  • Nieuwe Oosterbegraafplaats Cemetery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  • Rhijnhof Cemetery, Leiden, the Netherlands

  • General Cemetery, Den Helder, the Netherlands

  • Municipal Cemetery, Zeist, the Netherlands

  • Brandenburgerweg Cemetery, Bilthoven, the Netherlands

  • Sandtlaan Cemetery, Rijnsburg, the Netherlands

  • Nieuwe Noorderbegraafplaats Cemetery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  • Nieuw Valkeveen Cemetery, Naarden, the Netherlands

  • St. Barbara Cemetery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  • Oosterhout Crematorium, Oosterhout, the Netherlands

  • IJsselhof Cemetery, Gouda, the Netherlands

  • Veldegem Cemetery, Veldegem, Belgium

  • St. Laurentius Churchyard, Zedelgem, Belgium

  • Meeuwen Cemetery, Meeuwen-Guitrode, Belgium

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