Tree on a Grave Q
2 years ago my neighbor saved a OLD horse she was 30 years old. I let her keep the horse on my property because she does not have enough land for a horse to graze or excersise properly. In February this year the horse was down on the ground for hours. The Vet said she was dying and in pain. My neighbor had her put to sleep. The county came out and buried her on my property. I have planted German Iris', a variety of bulbs and a variety of daylilies on her grave. I want to plant a tree. The Royal Empress Tree. Her name was Fancy, she had 5 grand Champions in her blood line. I think a Royal Empress Tree if fitting for Fancy.
My Question is....Can I plant a Tree on a Horse Grave so soon, or should I wait until more decomposition is complete?
The county did bury her deep. I did not watch it, I couldn't. But the worker assured she is 10 ft deep. The mound has not gone down and it is splitting. I think it is splitting because of the decomposition. There is no bad odor.