Native wildflowers bank on seeds underground to endure drought

Clean Energy & Climate Change

Native wildflowers were surprisingly resilient during Californias most recent drought, even more so than exotic grasses. To see this resilience, UC Davis researchers of a new study had to look underground to the seed bank. Native wildflowers increased the seeds they stored underground by 201 percent during the drought.

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