I'd like to be a peace lily because they are so elegant and beautiful looking.
I think maybe an oak tree. They are so sturdy and strong, seem to withstand anything and live a long time.
I would be a white lily, the symbol of purity. They also have a nice scent, not to powerful but enough to be fragrant. It also has other properties that can be useful.
I think I would like to be a cactus. Tough ,macho, resilient, yet capable of producing the most beautiful flowers.
I think id choose to be a cactus...you can't step on it...swat it with your bare hands or something..and id be the prettiest plant on the dessert in the eyes of a thirsty human being....*grin*
I would be a weeping willow tree, it seems to fit my personality so well. I feel the need to always be near a source of water. If you take time to watch branches in a light breeze they look other worldly. I remember the grandness of looking up from underneath, the multifaceted colors of green, everything from spring green to jade green, as well shades I couldn't even identify. I don't look at them as being downhearted trees, just peaceful, and unrequited. Good fortune
If I was a plant I would be a daisy: Simple yet beautiful.
I'd like to be a date tree. Because it has resemblance with the human beings and it is like human beings. I wish I should be that.
If I could be any plant... I'd pick gardenias. They smell great, they have beautiful flowers and they have those pretty green waxy leaves when they aren't in bloom.
I would be a apple tree. Beautiful to look at. Shady to lie under in the hot summertime and a source of yummy fruit.
I would choose to be a willow tree because they are very peaceful and comforting for all to enjoy.
It would have to be a rose. I just love them, but, they don't last long enough.
If I were a plant I would be an orange Tree
Because I would grow sweet oranges
I wish I was a holly. Because it is holy and I had feeling on her.
I think I would like to be a Grandfather Plant or maybe a Wall Plant,
I don't think that I would want to be an Alarm Plant. You know a
Tullip would be nice.