A fascinating account of the physica, emotional and spiritual relations between plants and man. First published in 1973 this book continues to provide a wealth of information about the myriad ways in which plants speak to us, if only we would listen. Fascinating information about the ability of plants to respond to human emotions, to music, their ability to create and to communicate, their curative powers and their value as ecological sentinels. A must read book.
"Almost incredible. . . bristles with plenty of hard facts and astounding scientific and practical lore."-S. K. Oberbeck, Newsweek
"This fascinating book roams. . . over that marvelous no man's land of mystical glimmerings into the nature of science and life itself"-Henry Mitchell, Washington Post Book World
"If I can't 'get inside a plant' or feel emanations' from a plant and don't know anyone else who can, that doesn't detract one's whit from the possibility that some people can and do... According to The Secret Life of Plants, plants and men do interrelate, with plant, exhibiting empathetic and spiritual relationships and showing reaction interpreted as demonstrating physicalforce connections with men. As my students say, 'hey, wow!'"-Richard M. Klein, Professor of Botany, University of Vermont (in Smithsonian)