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Gardening Your Personality

Are you an intense person? Do you feel a double dose of emotions, whether it’s love, passion, or even anger? There are certain people who only feel alive when they feel these emotions – even if they keep them completely to themselves. Such is the poet, balladeer, and the sculptor. Though they may not outwardly express these strong emotions, they pour them into their work. And such is the same way with the gardener.

It takes some time to truly understand another person’s personality. It requires in-depth conversation and an understanding about the person’s past. However, the astute observer can find some tell-tale clues that people leave about their personality. One of the largest of these clues is their choice of colors. These choices can bee seen in their homes, in their clothing, and particularly in their gardens.

For years psychologists have studied the effects of colors on the human mind. Colors make a gigantic statement about a person’s mood or personality. Consider this when picking the flowers for your next garden. Your house should reflect your personality – as should your garden. So if you are the type of person who wants to tango with a rose between your teeth, try to grow some wild red roses for starters.

Roses are the quintessential flower when it comes to showing passion. They are intensely beautiful, sporting bold colors. Yet in the midst of that beauty lurks hidden dangers – the pointed thorns that lie in wait for those who mishandle this beautiful flower. The red rose is a dangerous beauty, intense in every way.

That dangerous beauty is also a symbol of passionate love, thus making it the patron flower of Valentines’ Day – the one time of year that husbands dust off their suits, spend the extra money to be pulled behind a smelly horse, and even consider giving up the TV remote. It’s the passionate intensity that bursts from between the rose’s petals that make a normally thick-headed man willing to do this.

If you are the rose in life – if you vive with passion and live for them moment, take a moment and take stock of what is in your garden. Do you have dull plants in a colorless garden? Could you tell the difference if you took a picture of your garden?

When it comes to putting your life and your passions together, consider making your garden an extension of your personality. Gardening is a time- and energy-consuming hobby, and you want to do all that you can to enjoy every minute of it. One way to do that is to immerse yourself into your work, and you can do that simply by purchasing flowers that fit your personality.

Plant life into your garden! Don’t be afraid of the passionate reds and the picturesque pinks! Let the same love that you pour into your life bloom in your garden. Let the red roses climb and vine their way into your life.

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