Nature, Plant Spirit Medicine
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What plants talk about

“Maybe we’re not quite as smart as we thought we were and perhaps plants are a lot more intelligent than we ever imagined.”

What plants talk about is a stunning documentary following several scientists around the world who have discovered evidence of plants communicating with and supporting each other. Questions such as: Do plants work together? Can they recognize their kin? How do they recognize each other? are posed and assessed in a series of experiments.

It is quite the awe inspiring video confirming many of my beliefs and understandings of the complexity of plant intelligence. One of my favorite examples is the way the wild tobacco plant changes the shape of its flowers and the time of day it blooms in response to predatory insects.

You just have to watch it for yourself on PBS.


  1. Faith Thomson says

    Very curious as to the green lines in the photo of the trees. I have the same lines in a similar photo I took of trees , please email me with reply. Thanks!

    • Hi Faith,
      I don’t actually know what the green lines are. The photos in this post are from the video I reviewed. I think they were photoshopped in to make the energetic connections visible.

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