Seven Stones Notebook

Seven Stones Perennials Add Color

Posted on September 6, 2017 in Cemetery Design Seven Stones

perennials at Seven Stones botanical gardens cemetery

A trio of colorful perennials is adding cheer and dimension to the grounds at Seven Stones. Stop by to view the following Plant Select® plants at Seven Stones and more. Fire Spinner® Iceplant Little Trudy® Catmint Red Rocks® Penstemon

Introducing Janene DiRico-Cable and “Iron Horse”

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“where horse-play is an art” Eclectic and well-rounded describe Janene DiRico-Cable’s background. No matter what avenue Janene pursued, art has always played a major role. “It’s a resounding theme in everything I do and have ever done… the art… It’s always back to the art.” From professional fashion model to a degree in dentistry, to media marketing for Nashville singing stars, …Read the Full Article

Seven Stones is a Certified Wildlife Habitat®

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We established Seven Stones as a botanical gardens cemetery to create and preserve the best of a stunning natural setting. So we’re so pleased to announce that our property has been named an official Certified Wildlife Habitat® site with the National Wildlife Federation and Colorado Wildlife Federation. “We are so proud to recognize you as a friend of wildlife who …Read the Full Article

Meet Artist Harold Linke and “Novus Grande”

Posted on August 24, 2017 in Cemetery Design Community Seven Stones


NOVUS GRANDE Artist Harold Linke Statement The name Novus Grande comes from Latin words for new and big. This piece takes the form of an arabesque and subtracts the detail, the color, the texture and the volume from a traditional representative sculpture, leaving only the pure dance gesture. The finish on the piece creates an illusion of blue skies, even …Read the Full Article

Brookside Patio Memorial Photos

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Brookside Patio Memorials at Seven Stones

    The new Brookside Patio Memorials at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery re-create a familiar setting. Adirondack chairs rest on flagstone pavers for cozy time reminiscing with family. On the perimeter, natural boulders in their original sizes and hues serve as memorials, engraved with personal details and sporting QR medallions for written and video remembrances. As we unveil the …Read the Full Article

Placing an Urn, Establishing Peace

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Brookside Patios at Seven Stones

It was a relief for the family. They were exhausted by grief and the countless tough decisions they had to make for the funeral of their mother. So when the funeral director said they could just do cremation now and worry about the burial options later, they were grateful. Fast forward a year, and the family realized the time for …Read the Full Article