By James Pero For Dailymail.com
Published: 20:12 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 20:19 BST, 1 April 2019
Google's taking a more 'natural' approach to it's April Fool's Day this year, adding a plant-to-human interface called Google Tulips and a 'Snakes' game for Maps in the latest installment of phony and fun products.
According to the company, Google Tulips, available only on April 1, allows users to communicate with one of world's most beloved flowers — the tulip — to ascertain just what exactly is on their minds.
'Decoding the language of plants and flowers has been a decades-long challenge. But that changes today,' reads the company's statement on its farcical new service.
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In a video for the April Fool's gag, plants are shown beckoning for more water, sunlight, and even providing a source of conversation for an elderly woman.
'Thanks to great advancements in artificial intelligence, Google Home is now able to understand tulips, allowing translation between Tulipish and dozens of human languages.'
Purportedly, Google's cutting edge technology works by analyzing signals created by the plants' roots — a real phenomenon observed and backed by science — which are then translated into human language, in this case, English.
Among the most pressing requests and questions from our flowery friends are the expected pleas