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Mystery: Summer wet season’s botanical clue?


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The start of fall is easy to see in the swamp:
Look no farther than the needles of the cypress tree turning brown
then fall off. But does the swamp have a similar botanical clue that
signals the start of the summer wet season?

Hint: Think country mouse, city mouse

a. Pond apples start to ripen and fall

b. Gumbo Limbo’s bark peals off

c. Royal Poinciana trees turn red

d. Sawgrass blooms begin to appear

e. Brazilian Pepper berries turn red

ANSWER: Quiz: Start of Wet Season's Botanical clue? 🚀☁️🦆🐢🦀🐊