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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 people Everyone 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 opportunity to find joy by caring for another living being  When 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 meditation This is Summer's guidebook for cultivating an entirely new relationship with your plant children  Inside you'll learn to Pause for the flowers and greenery all around you even the ones sprouting bravely between cracked pavement    Trust that your apartment jungle offers you farthan pretty décor   See the world from a plant's perspective trading modern consumerism for sustainability   Serve your chlorophyllic friends by learning to identify the right species for your home and to recreate their natural habitat Bonus your indoor garden won't die When 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 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 people Everyone 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 opportunity to find joy by caring for another living being  When 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 meditation This is Summer's guidebook for cultivating an entirely new relationship with your plant children  Inside you'll learn to Pause for the flowers and greenery all around you even the ones sprouting bravely between cracked pavement    Trust that your apartment jungle offers you farthan pretty décor   See the world from a plant's perspective trading modern consumerism for sustainability   Serve your chlorophyllic friends by learning to identify the right species for your home and to recreate their natural habitat Bonus your indoor garden won't die When 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 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 people Everyone 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 opportunity to find joy by caring for another living being  When 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 meditation This is Summer's guidebook for cultivating an entirely new relationship with your plant children  Inside you'll learn to Pause for the flowers and greenery all around you even the ones sprouting bravely between cracked pavement    Trust that your apartment jungle offers you farthan pretty décor   See the world from a plant's perspective trading modern consumerism for sustainability   Serve your chlorophyllic friends by learning to identify the right species for your home and to recreate their natural habitat Bonus your indoor garden won't die When 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 


11 thoughts on “How to Make a Plant Love You Cultivate Green Space in Your Home and Heart

  1. says:

    Despite the title this isn't just a book about plants It is a book about our physical mental and spiritual connection to plants and nature in general It is a book about our self care through the caring of plants It is a spiritual jouney It is a history of plant keeping It is inspiring and life affirming as Summer always is