Talk:Garden of life

From House of Hozz

Sweet! I like this idea, though I'm a bit unclear as to how the lindora can carry bodies of water with them. Ziggy 23:32, 16 April 2008 (UTC)

Certain lindora plants are capable of storing water in large bubbles in their stems, their vine-like branches act as a sort of dripper system. They also add a fertilizer to the water, which helps other plants grow. In the wild they are farmer plans as they water the vegetation around them so that they produce a more bountiful crop. In the garden however, these farmer lindora produce more growth than they can eat especially if by dragging long its own clouds with sky vines, the Garden would have a constant form of condensation producing excess water.--Zack 23:50, 16 April 2008 (UTC)

Could we entertain the idea of lakes simply moving inside the groves? for absolutely no reason except that they're in faierie? or is that just crazy talk. Oswald 05:26, 17 April 2008 (UTC)

i supose we could move lakes just by the shear movement of landmass and rootsystems
Yeah, I'm down with the "it's magic!" explanation. I think we're going to have to balance our natural tendency to explain everything, with the natural mystery of Faierie. Ziggy 18:43, 17 April 2008 (UTC)