- Scattering garden is a below-ground ossuary – or depository – for the controlled scattering of cremated remains.
- Memorial coping. Each memorial in this low granite wall is polished gray granite with a rustic , rough edge, separated from the next by a band of polished black granite. Urns are placed beneath.
- In-ground pavers are polished and inscribed gray granite. Urns are placed below.
- Upright or boulder memorial. About 1 by 2 feet in size, these polished black or gray granite stones with rustic edges hold one or two urns, either inside the stone or buried beneath it.
- Memorial blocks are gray granite similar to the coping but of varying sizes and heights. Urns are placed underneath.
- Benches are made of columnar basalt from the Pacific Northwest. Their black tops are polished for inscriptions; sides are unpolished gray-brown. Two to six urns can be placed beneath.
- Niche columbaria hold urns within a stone wall.
Find the memorial garden near the middle of the cemetery, north of the Macleay Mausoleum and west of the Soldier’s Monument.