US (CA): These 'resurrection plants' can spring back to life after drought

The drought in California has boosted recent interest in plants that can go for long stretches without water. Researchers have been studying how Tortula mosses survive harsh conditions—like the current drought. These mosses, sometimes called “resurrection plants,” can stay dried out for months or even years, and then spring back to life in just moments when the rain returns.

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