Let’s not get into the psychology of it, but I have an affinity for plants that keep trying even when things aren’t going well.
When, as a seed, they fell in the wrong spot.
When the weather is not cooperating.
Or human activities make it difficult.
Or a fence gets in the way.
Or insects and disease cause problems.
Or an adult is clingy.
So they just keep trying.
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4 Replies to “Plants That Are Really Trying”
Excellent subject, Louella. There is a movie, black and white of the ’60s, entitled, “The Persistent Weed.” I think the Film board has a copy if interested or The Arch Dioceses of Wpg.
Thanks, Ron. I’ll keep my eye out. Nice to hear from you.
Looove this post. Hi from France where plants are really trying hard too…
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Thanks. Yes, I’m sorry to hear about the weather conditions you’ve had this year. Nice to hear from you though. 😊