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Your thinking of our chlorophyllic compatriots There are the heartfelt testimonials of plant owners pulled from the depths of depression and overcoming personal challenges with the help of plants And each chapter ends with a mindful practice perhaps consider how our attitude towards plants has changed as ou ve matured And I expected what exactly from an author named Summer Rayne OakesDammit Summer I just want to know if I m overwatering my pilea peperomioides She does get points for being published under Simon Sinek s imprint and getting the one and only OG botanical bro Wade Davis to provide the intro I enjoyed her investigation of the greening of Singapore the long and ancient history of indoor gardening and identifying geosmin the smell of earth Less so the references to her Masterclass I should take to get the answers I was looking for in the first place But hell ou gotta hustle out here when it comes to houseplants I guess For the people who gave this book 1 Star and are whining about the lack of how to make my plant grow information I think they re missing the whole point of this book This book is in line with how she wanted to share how getting into plants changed her outlook on life How its brought her closer to people by using plants in a place where The Defense (Eddie Flynn you wouldn t even think they would thrive like Brooklyn It also expresses how plants are involved in most all aspects of our daily lives even if we don t grow them ourselves I think she wantsou to look at a tree and see than a brown log with green leaves See it producing the oxygen Hai nhà you re breathing at that exact moment or filtering out the toxic particles in the air For people looking for a this is howou do it book this is not it She has videos and online courses for all that This takes Harry Potter a Me Ka Pōhaku Akeakamai: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Hawaiian you to the heart of plants and how to bring them intoour heart I think Falling Through Clouds you will like it and enjoy it ifou really love The Art of Acquiring your plant. Eou'll learn to Pause for the flowers and greenery all around ou even the ones sprouting bravely between cracked pavement Trust that our apartment jungle offers A Menagerie of Heroes you far than pretty dcor See the world from a plant's perspective trading modern consumerism for sustainability Serveour chlorophyllic friends by learning to identify the right species for Mr. Fix-It your home and to recreate their natural habitat Bonusour indoor garden won't dieWhen we become plant parents we also become better caretakers of ourselves the people around us and our planet So let's step inside the world of plants and discover how we can begin cultivating our own personal green space in our homes in our minds and in our hearts.
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Closer to the end of the book I really wanted to like this but I can t The book only talk about why people need to have plants and like 95% of the people already knows all of that so the information is nothing new And the title is not accurate with the book Very disappointing Book needs a different name This book should have been titled How To Make You Love Plants instead of the other way around but still an excellent read I m not sure how this book got good reviews I m wondering in the author bribed peopleThis book is 90% fluff and testimonials from people about why they like plants There s maybe 5 full pages of actual information about plants and they re mostly obvious make sure The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers you have the right light per plant etcI feel like I wasted so much money on this book because of the positive reviews Sorry Summer Rayne Oakesou re cute but this book is boring This book was really about the wonder of plants and the important role they play in the health of ecosystems and society than about growing plants as individuals The title was a little misleading but it s definitely a worthwhile read One of my favorite lines in this book is Do Nazo no Kanojo X, Vol. 1 you want a life or a lifestyle The author Summer Rayne Oakes encourages her readers to take a contemplative approach to plants rather than filling up their windowsills because it s the trendy thing to do Ifou are looking for specifics on how to care for particular plants there are likely informative books out there And I do wish she had used common names in addition to the Latin names which are lost on me But overall this is a great book for someone like myself who is slowly getting into plants One part meditation one part plant raising 101 with lots of inspirational uotes and beautiful spot color Closing out my home gardening trifecta with the most woo woo of the bunch It s less a book about caring for Tarikh Se Kuch Nahin Sikha your new houseplant and a way to readjust. Pportunity to find joy by caring for another living beingWhen Summer Rayne Oakes moved to Brooklyn from the Pennsylvania countryside she knew that bringing nature indoors was her only chance to stay sane She found them by the side of the road in long forgotten window boxes at farmers' markets and in local garden shops She found ways to shelve hang tuck anchor secure and suspend them She even installed a 150 foot expandable hose that connects to pipes under her kitchen sink so she only has to spend about a half hour a day tending to her plants an activity that she describes as a moving meditationThis is Summer's guidebook for cultivating an entirely new relationship withour plant children Insid.
Perfect for a biophile like me I love the idea that re examining and exploring our understanding of plants can influence how we treat other people and create communities how we engage in self care and connect with the world at large how we approach economics and political issues and how we understand different world views cultures and languages I m not sure what it s like in the physical text version but in the audiobook I found the random additions of blurbs from other people s experiences with plants to make the text feel uite disjointed and it took away from what was otherwise a wonderful read Reading this book felt as light and airy as a breezy summer day Though it doesn t feel like a must read from my perspective I generally enjoyed engaging with Summer Rayne Oakes and her words on nature how we can actively coexist with it some history behind our relationship with it and reminders of the wonders and beauty of its existence I also LOVED the foreword by Wade Davis and should do some googling to see if he s written anything else that will piue my interest His writing was thoughtful in a way that was different than the tone for the rest of the book which is not to say that Oakes is not thoughtful making it an interesting but still intriguing choice to start withIf چهار تیاتر you re seeking a how to book as the name suggests like many others stated this is not the book forou I do wish the title was what comes after the colon alone because this book is really about cultivating green space in August Farewell your home heart and mind than it is about what to do to make a plant loveou Nonetheless it was an easy read I could ve done without the abundance of testimonies that followed her thoughts on each of the topics discussed I m sure the intention was to demonstrate that Oakes isn t the only party that feels as she does but it didn t add much for me as a reader and I found myself skimming them as I got. Summer Rayne Oakes an urban houseplant expert and environmental scientist is the icon of wellness minded millennials who want to bring nature indoors according to a New York Times profile Summer has managed to grow 1000 houseplants in her Brooklyn apartment and they're thriving Her secret She approaches her relationships with plants as intentionally as if they were peopleEveryone deserves to feel the inner peace that comes from taking care of greenery Beyond the obvious benefits beauty and cleaner air there's a strong psychological benefit to nurturing plants as a path to mindfulness They can reduce our stress level lower our blood pressure and improve our overall outlook And they offer a rare