Due to the bad weather, British flowers started blooming a month ago
LONDON: Flowers that bloomed in Britain for centuries were like a clock, but now they bloom before spring and have a gap of about a month.
An important study has shown that the flowering period is gradually delayed. Otherwise, before 1980, the flowers were blooming on time and spreading colors in the spring. But now the flowering time is a month behind.
In this regard, British scientists have examined 406 types of flowers from 1753 to 2019. Anxious situation has emerged after analysis of data. It turned out that the flowering period in 2019 was one month behind that of 1986. But not all types of flowers have the same flowering time.
Experts attribute this to global warming and climate change, and thus the flowers begin to bloom before spring arrives. Another reason is that snow, heat, rain and melting habits have been severely affected. Thus the buds and flowers of some crops have started to bloom prematurely.
At the top of the list are flowers that have a shorter lifespan, meaning they adapt faster to changing temperatures. However, experts warn that if this trend continues, it will severely affect crops and jeopardize food security.
On the other hand, after flowering, bees and other living things move the yolk from one place to another and make a significant increase in the growth of flowers.
On the other hand, this process can lead to many diseases, migration of animals and other problems. But keep in mind that a similar situation has been observed in Chapan, where cherry blossoms have begun to bloom prematurely.