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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--Scenario B: Scenario A but different in terms of planting design, including 100% deciduous trees.
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This deciduous tree produces masses of double blooms in a rich pink colour from mid to late April.
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Deciduous tree to 30 feet tall with a dense, oval crown.
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