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Brunnera Macrophylla

Once native to the Caucasus, Brunnera Macrophylla thrived in woodland and was supported by moist nutrient-rich soil.

The plant became widely used in horticultural activities, both in professional and domesticated settings. 

Two major shifts in climate affected Brunnera Macrophylla’s ability to survive in the wild, the desertification of the Caucasus and widespread permanent flooding across other areas of Europe due to the global rise in sea levels and increased rates of precipitation.

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