|Centuries-old frozen plants revived|
BBC News - 5/27/2013. Plants that were frozen during the "Little Ice Age" centuries ago have been observed sprouting new growth, scientists say.
|Let Them Eat Grass: Paris Employs Sheep As Eco-Mowers|
National Public Radio - 5/27/2013. By Eleanor Beardsley - City officials in Paris are experimenting with an unconventional way to keep urban lawns trimmed. Agnes Masson used to be simply the director of the Paris city archives. Now, she's also a shepherdess of sorts, responsible for four black sheep munching the lush grass surrounding the gray archives building at the eastern edge of the city.
|A Hungarian Cherry Tree's Long Trek To Michigan|
National Public Radio - 5/27/2013. By Dan Charles - This Hungarian cherry is different from America's dominant sour cherry, a variety called Montmorency. The fruit of Újfehértói Fürtös is firmer, more suited to picking by hand and eating fresh.