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Added Dec 10 2017

In the Northern Hemisphere, people spend much of winter considering freezing weather, both out of practicality and for the fun of snow. In the Pacific Northwest, lowland rain may be more common than frost, but that doesn’t mean we never get freezing weather. Plants know this, otherwise our native forests would likely look very different. Have you ever considered how trees cope with frozen conditions?

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http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2017/12/pikespines-december-dormancy-how-hills-trees-persist-in-winter/
Date published
December 10, 2017
    Pikes/Pines | December Dormancy: How Hill's trees persist in winter
    In the Northern Hemisphere, people spend much of winter considering freezing weather, both out of practicality and for the fun of snow. In the Pacific Northwest, lowland rain may be more common than frost, but that doesn't mean we never get freezing weather. Plants know this, otherwise our native forests would likely look very different.
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

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