Another buried-pet question
Hi, noob here.
Asher, my blue heeler, will never suffer again after next Thursday. I can't bring myself to say it any other way.
We plan to bring her home in a box (no way I'll be able to bear carrying her carcass) and bury her. I've read about depth and preventing disturbance from scavengers & other animals, and plan to cover her grave site temporarily with pavers.
In honor and remembrance of her wonderful ability to soothe me when my heart is troubled, I have decided to plant chamomile seeds indoors and transplant them over her when the seedlings are ready.
She is not diseased or on medication, just old and her body is giving up on her. Is there any reason, once the chamomile is ready, it could not be harvested for tea?
Thank you in advance for any input, suggestions, advice, etc.
(This picture is several years old. It's Asher in her prime.)