The Secret Life of Plants

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HarperCollins, Mar 8, 1989 - Nature - 416 pages
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The world of plants and its relation to mankind as revealed by the latest scientific discoveries. "Plenty of hard facts and astounding scientific and practical lore."--Newsweek
  

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Review: The Secret Life of Plants: A fascinating account of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and man

User Review  - Jth - Goodreads

Terrific book, at least for those interested in plants -- of every sort. Opens the door to a greater view of our surroundings and existence. The "green thumbs" exist! Read full review

Review: The Secret Life of Plants: A fascinating account of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and man

User Review  - Caroline - Goodreads

Terrible book. Citing debunked studies and often misspells species' names. Don't waste your time. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
Plants and ESP 3
Plants Can Read Your Mind 17
Plants That Open Doors 33
Latest Soviet Discoveries 63
Plant Life Magnified 100 Million Times 81
Plants Will Grow to Please You 120
The Harmonic Life of Plants 145
PART
The Staff of Life 217
Chemicals Plants and Man 240
PART V
Radionic Pesticides 317
Bibliography 375
Index 393
Copyright

Plants and Electromagnetism 163

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About the author (1989)

Peter Tompkins was the author of the number one New York Times bestseller The Secret Life of Plants. He also wrote books on the pyramids and other mysteries of the world, and was a World War II spy and a journalist. Tompkins passed away in January 2007.

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