Plants May Not Have Ears, But They Can ‘Hear’ Way Better Than We Thought.
The flowers are listening, according to new research – well, in a sense, at least.
Scientists have found evidence that plants can actually hear the buzz of passing bees and produce sweeter nectar in response to entice the flying insects in.19 Jan 2019
Can plants hear you talk to them?
Sound Garden: Can Plants Actually Talk and Hear? Acoustic sensors measuring hydraulic emissions from plant leaves in a Duke University laboratory. Though often too low or too high for human ears to detect, insects and animals signal each other with vibrations. And plants may use sound to communicate with one another.11 Mar 2013
Can plants see you?
Plants have senses and can essentially see, hear, smell, feel, react, and even think.29 Dec 2016
Do plants like to be touched?
A new study has found that most plants are extremely sensitive to touch, and even a light touch can significantly stunt their growth.18 Dec 2018
Do plants emit sound?
Garcia found that plants emit different-sounding reactions to touch, sound, and light. Just changing which plants are connected can change the quality of the sound. The idea that plants can “feel” is certainly not a new one; we can even see plants physically respond to light and water.30 Oct 2013