Do you believe that plants have feelings?

@mari123 (1862)
October 1, 2007 10:29pm CST
I believe that plants have feelings, just like the dogs and cats we raise as pets, I mean , I treat plants as my pets.But they are different from pets, because plants should not be kept at home.They grow much better,to be exactly ,much happily in the wild.And you know, there is a little tree outside my house, sometimes I think I can tell that when she is happy and when she isn't .Well ,my feeling about plants has nothing to do with science,and some of my friends have the same feeling to plants.It must be our love to nature that results in it. Yours warmly Nature
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2 responses
• Philippines
2 Oct 07
Hi, yes.. Maybe plants and trees have feelings too like human and animals. Actually, you cannot tell it because plants don't have face to look at and they don't move. But I think, if I am not mistaken, some plants move especially if you're going to touch them. Sometimes they just close and open if you're going to touch them. I think all living things have feelings, regardless if it is a non-living things. Have a nice day and God speed!
@williamjisir (22884)
• China
2 Oct 07
I think that plants do have feelings. When they are happy with the surroundings, they can grow happily and well. When they are placed to grow somewhere that they don't like, they will fade and even die or less better than their companion in the normal surroundings that they are used to.