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Imagine, if you will, a website of the purest shade of white. Porn advertisements adorn the sides, and a blunt, yet eloquent warning graces the very top of the website. A strange choice of ads, you may think to yourself, a display of child-like naivete, and why does a website about plants require a warning? I'm sure nobody in their right mind would be offended by mere plants.
Shortly thereafter the flash animation begins to play. You're greeted with images of luscious, vibrant flora in beautiful gardens. A winding trail leading to a lovely little country house. A few flowering plants in pots situated by a doorway. A hedge, trimmed to resemble a perfect cone of green - topiary at its finest. The presence of Benny Hill's Yakety Sax may seem an odd choice when juxtapositioned with still images of garden plants, but who are we to question a website which so joyously proclaims its love of life's little pleasures like a rooster crowing proudly at dawn?
Unfortunately the slideshow quickly turns to black, and you're no doubt confused. The plants are gone, and for a split second we're staring into the abyss, a crevasse bottomless and unforgiving. This is not the end though. Immediately after the night comes dawn, and it is one of despair and agony. Images of men with their privates mutilated and diseased, corpses on display in seven shades of grisliness and the occasional Lemon Party flash across the screen, replacing the innocuous, beatiful plants with images of human suffering and doom as an exploration of life and death, joy and sadness, love and despite. Amidst all these images there's a picture of a baby but that's probably just for humorous effect.
The pictures keep on coming and then they abruptly stop. You're left scratching your head and probably feeling slightly ill, but a little braver, a little stronger, a little more capable of taking life head on. All thanks to gardenerplants.com. Enjoy The Plants!
Gardenerplants came into being on the 14th of July, 2004. It has remained ever since, proudly and unashamedly displaying its love for foliage and gore.
The bloody dawn is not, nor shall it ever be silenced.