Finally, someone has created the perfect representation for my success with plants. Sharon is much better at growing things than I am and thankfully for any vegetation we attempt to grow she takes the lead. The problem is I expect things to act like they would if they had been allowed to grow on their own without human interaction. Plants have been doing fine without us so how come a little neglect on my part results in their demise? Have we turned plants into entitled Millennial that need our participation trophies in order to thrive in the world we've created? Get out there and do your thing rhododendron, I can't take how emotionally draining you've become!
How awesome would it be if you could actually grow skulls? I'm sure those companies that make genetically modified plants have accidentally done something like that and promptly had to incinerate it. Thankfully Tara McPherson's Skull Flower is in no way a danger to our well being, and this staple of her artwork can now be yours in 3D form. Produced by Toy Qube, you can bring home this morbid bit of horticultural genius in both 5 and 12 inch versions. Available now from https://www.toyqube.com, these are a much better idea to give your loved one than regular old flowers that will whither away to crispy little corpses. This one starts off dead!