Sunflowers work together to avoid overcrowding and soak up rays
Pack us in too tightly and we’ll zigzagGreg Looping/EyeEm/GettyBy Bob HolmesThese plants swing both ways, you might say. Sunflowers growing densely in a field adopt a zigzag pattern, with neighbours leaning in opposite directions to grab as much light as possible. The strategy – which other plants might be using as well, without anyone noticing – may...
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