This week's question: A Washington state lawmaker wants to legalize the composting of human remains, saying that many Washingtonians are excited about the prospect of becoming tree food. If a gardening company were to start selling a fertilizer made from human compost, what snappy brand name could it give the product?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Festival survivors

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Pushing Up Daisies"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

SECOND PLACE: "Gone but Now for Garden"
Jill Curtiss, Deer Harbor, Washington

THIRD PLACE: "Man-ure"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pennsylvania

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Clover My Dead Body"
Drew Fagan, Gualala, California

"Lawn of the Dead"
Greg Erickson, Somers, New York

"Autopsoil"
Emily Aborn, Temple, New Hampshire

"I Seed Dead People"
James Tobiason, Phoenix, Oregon

"Rest in Peat"
Daphine Neville, Newburyport, Massachusetts

"MiracleBro"
Bill Mistele, New City, New York

"Him & Her-tilizer"
Robyn Nelson, Sun City, Arizona

"Posthumus"
Phyllis Klein, New York City

"Mother-in-Lawn"
Mike Weepie, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

"Loam Alone"
Ivan Kershn, Salem, South Carolina

"Soil-ent Green"
Stuart Antrim, Cleveland, Georgia

"Scott's (Literally) Turf Builder"
Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Florida

"There You Grow"
Michael Rouse, Troy, Michigan

"Nitro-Gent"
Erin Mistele, Peapack, New Jersey

"Bros under Hoes"
Thomas Mistele, Flemington, New Jersey

"For Peat's Sake, it's Pete"
Jennifer Kitchin, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

"From Me to Yew"
Kim Koehler, Portland, Oregon