All plant life give off their own sounds if we but listen!
As you have probably heard before, studies have been done in the past with plants and music. But those studies were to see how different forms of music affected how plants grew when subjected to that music for certain periods of time. Many studies found that when loud, heavy music was played near plants they withdrew and wilted, but when quiet, uplifting music was played, they thrived. Also, many plant owners have found that when they gently touch or talk to their plants in soft tones, those plants tend to grow better than others that have no such interaction. I have experimented with my own plants and have found these things to be true. So, if music, touch, and words can affect plants, then it stands to reason they should have sounds of their own. Why not?
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Signs are popping up all around us announcing Spring is on its way!
Little blades of newly greened grass are showing their heads as they emerge through thick layers of leaves, while flowers bloom along branches on both trees and bushes.
Yes, it’s that time of year when your heart rejoices with the promise of sunshine and walks in the park, sweet bird melodies and family outings, sunsets and lemonade, and reading a good book under the shade of a favorite tree.