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FireNews : Climate change: UK plants now flowering a month earlier #FireNews365

To balance the number of observations, they divided the full dataset into records until 1986, and from 1987 onwards, finding that the average first flowering date from 1987 to 2019 was almost a month earlier than the average first flowering date from 1753 to 1986. Herbs saw the largest shift, flowering 32 days earlier.

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