Is it going against the teachings of the church to have my cremated remains turned into a tree?

I asked my Deacon and he said he wasn’t positive, that he knew being cremated was okay, but didn’t know any further than that. I’d like my ashes placed into a BioUrn (urnabios.com/urn/) and for the urn to be buried in a forest or park. Is this going against the teachings of the church? Some people said they believed the ashes had to be buried in a cemetery still.

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