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Plants that live in cold climates include saxifrages, willows and ranunculus. Other types of plants that do well in cold climates are pinks and whitlow-grass. More »

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The efficiency of a heat pump is decreased in colder climates. If it is more than moderately cold outside, supplemental and traditional heating systems may be needed to heat the structure in question efficiently. More »

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The main types of agriculture done in cold climates are livestock farming and horticulture. Advances in technology and careful planning have enabled farmers to expand the acreage under crop cultivation in cold climate ar... More »

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Cross-pollination, which is when the pollen of one plant fertilizes another plant of the same species, occurs in a huge number of plants, including corn, willows, grasses and olive trees. A large number of food crops are... More »

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Coconut palm trees grow in tropical and subtropical climates and use the ocean to spread their seeds. The plant requires drained soil and full sunlight and is strong enough to withstand high wind speeds. Coconut palm tre... More »

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In climates where the year includes cold and warm or wet and dry seasons, the cells in annual rings vary in color due to the fact that the tree grows faster in one season than in the other. In most instances, the tree ad... More »

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The bearberry is a dwarf evergreen shrub adapted to Subarctic and Arctic climates. It can grow up to several meters in length. It creeps close to the ground as an adaptation to the extreme ripping winds of the tundra bio... More »

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