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John Connor says
Lettuce be! This video offers a whole new take on the concept of vegetables and feelings. I ponder, does carrot juice constitute murder? Cute video. Thanks.
Oh yes. On the show that I watched, the botanist said that the leaves curled so that herbivores would not eat them.
Heidi Thorne says
Yes, and the thing about houseplants is that they are so full of drama - turning all sorts of colors just to get their way. I have one plant whose leaves are threatening to turn brown all because I forgot to water it in time. ;)
How to be a Success says
Instinct is a good word. In fact, I heard that the leaves curled up so that herbivores would think they were dead and would not eat them. It was a response to being touched.
I have heard this to be true about classical music. I think I'd like to try playing classical music to grow prettier plants.
...but not "feeling(s)". I get it! Thank you very much for your response to this question.
I think that everthing alive... or that even was once alive has some sort of tie-in to the Universe and God ...just like animals...if it lives...it feels; however we have to priortize and know where plants and animals are on the scale of importance
Until I saw that gardening program, I really had not thought of plant "life". Thank you, JThomp42 and Laurinzo Scott, for taking time to share your comments. I see things a little differently now.
You are so welcome Marlene.
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