posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 05:00 AM
maybe if you talk to them, show them you care, spoil them somehow or send them positive vibes, they will feel better. Send them love. i think plants
(like water) respond to love.
i understand what you say totally.
(as an unfortunate killer of many plants. I love them, i care for them, but i tend to either neglect them or over water them.)... i am trying to
but i have a vegetable garden, and i used to look after it a lot before i started work. i used to care for the little plants etc. Then i let my
parent pick stuff from the garden for our food. but she overpicked the kale, and generally overpicked a lot of stuff. and i had been neglecting the
garden too. lately i went back to it, and it just looked depressed to me.
all the plants looked really depressed, and the kale refuses to grow any bigger even though ive been watering it. i think it is scared because it got
picked so often, and never got a chance to fully spread out properly.
i know you have to give and take; you cant just keep picking leaves off a kale every day and leave only a tiny amount left. you have to let the kale
have a break from time to time..
plants do have feelings.
i used to live in a unit by myself with just a cactus. i swear i was developing a relationship with the cactus... i felt like i was communicating on
some level with it.
i used to have a mint bush inside and i had all these dreams about it just before it died...
my record is not very good. but believe me, they do have feelings. and they feel pleasure and pain.
that s why i feel sorry for plants when it doesnt rain and they're thirsty.