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Plants 'confused' by late summer heat

UK plants are flowering for a second time this year because of the unseasonably warm weather.

With temperatures soaring, plants such as foxgloves and cowslips, which usually flower in the spring, are in full bloom six to eight months early.

Daniel Boettcher reports.

  • 29 Sep 2011
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