Hello! I'm dealing with gerundives and I'd like your help. I'm trying to translate this phrase, "Now is time to dismiss the gods of desert and greet the gods of vegetation". With "dismiss" I mean discharge, send away, say goodbye, bid farewell; with "greet" I mean hail, welcome. I was not sure about the precision of salveo and valeo and their nominal forms, so my first attempt is: Nunc est amandandum deserti deos et salutandum viriditatis deos. I'm not sure about these verbs either, and it still sounds clumsy. Do you have any suggestion? I would be glad to know.