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How Do Plants Know When It’s Spring?

The absence of a nervous system doesn’t stop these guys from always being on time

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Is it just me, or can you feel the very first whispers of spring?

Every year it happens, around this time, when the eagerly awaited season seems to creep in. Of course, according to the meteorological calendar, springtime for the UK is way…




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