Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Performs for Audience of Plants

A plant grows beside a stereo.(Photo: Michael Sarver)
A plant grows beside a stereo.(Photo: Michael Sarver)

Well, folks, I have now, officially, seen it all.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra held a three-hour concert for an audience of…plants. 100 different varieties of plants were treated to a performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G minor to test the theory that music stimulates protein production in plants.

Watch: QVC gardening expert Richard Jackson meet the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to test the idea that classical music can help plants to grow.

Who said classical music concerts aren’t ”growth opportunities?”

Read more: Royal Philharmonic plays to auditorium packed with PLANTS (Daily Mail)

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