Frequent Flora Miles: Plants Can “Hop” to Distant Lands

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: June 14, 2007   View Article

Looking for frequent flyer tips? Ask an Arctic plant.

The hardy flora rack up the miles as climate change sends them adrift in search of fresh places to put down roots, a new study says.

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