This is the postcard I sent during one of the first assignments of the quarantine.
Trees use mycelium in their forest floor to communicate and send eachother nutrients when in need.
This codependent ecosystem lets them thrive as a collective rather than as individuals.
Thinking about this, I realized that the plants in my room aren't able to communicate because they are in separate pots, and therefore are only connected through me, their main source of CO2 and water.
Physically connected, my plants and me now form a tangible, interconnected ecosystem.