Plants grow better with music.
Now we know they can detect and interpret sounds. They can distinguish between a caterpillar chewing and the sounds that wind make.
When they sense danger such as insect attacks, plants produce chemical toxins to make themselves less tasty.
They also send out chemicals to other plants signaling danger.
When plants hear bees buzzing around at a certain frequency, they suddenly release their pollen.
We tend to underestimate the sensitivity of plants because we don’t see their responses to noise and other threats.
Why am I telling you this information? Because children are more sensitive than plants. They pick up the sounds of violence and threat. They know so much more about what is going in your home than you’ll ever suspect and it hurts them. Be aware.
Take action to make your home a peaceful, safe place for your kids and your plants.
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