Shorter winters are stunting the growth of plants

Rising temperatures are shrinking winters, causing plants to bloom early and die young.

Climate change is shortening winters, bringing earlier springs and plant blooms. Until now, scientists believed premature blooming might not be all bad. But it turns out…
via Popular Science ""


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