Honeysuckle (Lonicera)

Honeysuckle plants are located in the eukaryote part of the phylogeny. More specifically, located in the flowering plants categorized under Dipsacales. All of my observations have one main adaptation in common, which is adapting to the cold weather. Whether they hold on to dead leaves for insulation, stop growing in the cold, or simply regrow each year, these plants have adapted to the cold weather to be able to rebloom every season. Hemlocks have unique ways of adapting to their environment. They are shade tolerant, and their seeds can germinate in organic material.

Publicado por sarahmackie sarahmackie, 17 de septiembre de 2021

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