Saturday, January 22, 2011

Do Plants Smell?

the same verb coming and going ... smell

to smell it, a something
to be smelled

The ability to smell their surroundings is vital for all plants.

It is now known that plants have, in different forms, the same innate abilities as those with which animals and humans make sense of their environment.

Plants see, smell, taste, feel and even listen to their surroundings.

Read about it in this article link here

Shout out to Deb I for turning me on to this

photo: a rose is a nose is a rose lastor