The garden, as built, occupies what would have been four individual grave sites in the cemetery.
It has a memorial wall with room for 60 names to be inscribed on it, a polished granite border around it, and a thirty two inch paved walkway to the memorial wall down the center to facilitate adding names to the wall when required.
There are four ways that the garden can be used.
The ashes may be spread elsewhere, the ashes may be spread on the garden itself, the ashes may be buried in a designated sixteen inch plot within the garden, or one or more urns may be buried within one of the designated plots.
In the latter two cases a designated sixteen inch square would be temporarily removed to facilitate burial after which it would be replaced, and the location would be recorded in the church records.
In all cases the name of the deceased with dates of birth and death would be added to the wall.