Heart of the Forest, part 14
Chapter 14: Closeness
Myrenda’s Greenhouse was one of the popular places in Firlandis for those wishing to dabble in the herbalist arts or were just around picking flowers for that special someone. The store, no larger than a house, probably quarter the size of Mrs. Vanet’s manor, housed rows and rows of plants arranged in a sort of chaotic harmony, natural almost. Some reached up for the ceiling doing their best to try to search around for sunlight while others wallowed close to the ground in the form of bushes, flowers, and herbs content with the lights from candles and light bulbs, lined in a mixture of all the colors of the rainbow. A strange sort wonderland that Forest betted his daughter would’ve loved this place.
Front and center of the store, the first thing the person would see, were the pots and bouquets of decorative flowers. Forest’s limited knowledge could easily tell the trademark roses and orchids. Lily-pads, algae and other waterborn plants were