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A deciduous tree is a tree that loses its leaves in autumn and goes dormant for the winter months. Deciduous trees can be found almost anywhere, all around the world. More »

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Temperate deciduous forests are forests that are dominated by trees that lose their leaves each year. These types of forest are found in areas with warm, moist summers and fairly mild winters. More »

Examples of some of the most common deciduous trees are oak, maple, beech and sycamore. Deciduous trees are trees that shed their leaves annually. More »

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One difference between a Japanese maple tree and an evergreen is that the maple is a deciduous tree and loses its leaves in winter while the evergreen is coniferous. The Japanese maple has feathery red-purple leaves that... More »

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Acer rubrum, known as the red maple, is a deciduous tree native to Eastern North America that loses its leaves in the fall and creates colorful red foliage. Other interesting details about the red maple include that it g... More »

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