Data from: Environmental drivers and phylogenetic constraints of growth phenologies across a large set of herbaceous species

Lin Huang, Tomas Koubek, Martin Weiser & Tomas Herben
1. Because perennial herbs of temperate climates develop their aboveground parts every year anew, their success critically depends on the timing and speed of this growth (growth phenology). These parameters can play a role in species coexistence and may differ along environmental gradients. Still, we know little about them, as most phenological data come from observations of flowering and to a lesser degree leafing onset. 2. We collected data on growth phenology of about 400...
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