deciduous tree


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deciduous tree

any tree in which there is leaf-fall in the autumn with new leaves produced in the spring after a winter spent in dormancy. Such trees are generally ANGIOSPERMS (e.g. oak, ash, beech) although some CONIFERS are also deciduous (e.g. the larch).
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Roughly speaking, the root ball of a deciduous tree is about the same diameter as the trees canopy at the widest point.
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THIS deciduous tree comes into its own in autumn when it bears bunches of bright red berries and its foliage turns rich red or warm yellows.
Sorbus (Rowan) THIS deciduous tree comes into its own in autumn when it bears bunches of bright red berries and its foliage turns rich red or warm yellows.
Deciduous tree to 30 feet tall with a dense, oval crown.
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