Through his anthropological - and specifically ethnobotanical - studies, alongside his own hands on experience over the years, he has grown to have a very profound understanding of the green world around us. Our relationship to the plant world is the theme of most of his books, also herbalism, ethnobotany and cultural lore. He has also written books on the spirituality of India. His discussions and narratives weave together myth and folklore with the natural history of plants.
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Storl displays an avid interest in world-wide mythology, and his books are also full of interesting cultural lore. He maintains that plants are divine beings and that mythical tales reveal more about their true nature than strict, exclusive science is capable of doing. Are you an author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central.
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