Just pictures of plants, and sometimes rocks or water.
flora (ˈflôrə) noun; the plants of a particular region, habitat, or geological period-phile: (combining form) denoting fondness, esp. an abnormal love for a specified thingI live in California. I grow plants and take photos. I run a school garden and teach Science. I am a floraphile. The photos marked "flora-file" were taken by me. For photos not taken by me the source is always cited. Feel free to reblog, but please cite your source like a responsible adult.
Don’t you like me?
How come so many people on Tumblr reblog a post without liking it? It makes me feel so used. Am I being old fashioned or shouldn’t you like a post before you reblog it?
columbinellc said: I don’t think you’re being old fashioned. Yes, I like your blog and I might like you too but I don’t know you, I know your blog. I like a lot of the photos you post but since the objective of my tumblr is to publish original photos, I rarely reblog
dreamssoreal said: Reblogging means I like it. I use the like as a file folder for things generally unrelated to plants.
gramireus said: they just serve different purposes - liking something is personal and reblogging it is more about expanding its viewership or using it to represent yourself in a way. and people use them in other ways, too, tumblr is cool like that
treasureboxes said: I use the “like” feature as a bookmark for things I might want to reblog later. It’s about flow on my blog and about not reblogging 200 images from the same blog at once.
randomc said: Usually if I reblog a post, it means I love it. If I just like a post, it’s just a like, sometimes I do both and those posts are just the best.
andrewsplants said: I use my likes as a “I want to be able to find this post/I like it but I don’t want it on my blog” - where I obviously like anything I reblog or I wouldn’t be reblogging it. I rarely do both.