deciduous tree


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deciduous tree

A tree that loses its leaves each year in the autumn.
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Under foot the leaves were dry, and the foliage of some holly bushes which grew among the deciduous trees was dense enough to keep off draughts.
Both of them bear to the evergreen vegetation of these climates the same kind of relation which laurels and hollies in England do to the lighter green of the deciduous trees.
Commonly known as juneberry, this medium-sized deciduous tree can really make a statement in the garden.
15 pines and one deciduous tree are growing on the green area of territory.
A: Some deciduous tree species are prone to retaining their leaves over winter even though they have withered and are no longer functioning.
The deciduous tree and the evergreen one cut down last month were both hundreds of years old and partly hollowed out.
Naasz has also served as vice president of the Northwest Horticultural Council where he represented the Washington, Oregon and Idaho deciduous tree fruit industry on federal and international trade issues.
As a deciduous tree, it can reach over 100 feet in height.
This deciduous tree produces masses of double blooms in a rich pink colour from mid to late April.
A mature deciduous tree will "drink" 50,000 litres of water in one year and the roots will drive themselves down to at least six metres in their search for moisture in dry weather - this is below the footings of most domestic houses.
Q: This year, just about every deciduous tree on my property has some sort of disease.
columbus park oak - one (1) sixty foot (60~) by sixty foot (60~) deciduous tree.