The financially troubled Halls Memory Gardens has been granted a permit to open an apple orchard on its grounds. Wade and Beverly Reynolds, owners of the now-closed cemetery, say that the financial difficulties are so severe that a completely new business plan is necessary. According to Beverly, â€œWe’ve been planting people for as many years as I can remember, and not one thing has sprouted up. I thought all was lost until the idea of an apple orchard came to me. Not only do we have plenty of land for the trees, the land is very fertile.â€ For a limited time, the Reynolds family will allow relatives of previously buried individuals to retrieve the bodies. Hours for retrieval are 9am until 4pm and shovel rental is $125 per half hour. Bodies not claimed will be put to a good use in fertilizing future apple trees.