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Jacarandas in parts of South Africa are flowering earlier: why it’s a warning sign

By Jennifer Fitchett, Associate Professor of Physical Geography, University of the Witwatersrand
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Climate change is causing jacarandas to flower earlier. If this trend continues, they could be at risk of flowering when it's too cold and become dormant.

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