deciduous

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  • The area has mostly deciduous trees which drop leaves in the dry season.
  • Early settlers established a large number of European deciduous trees throughout the area.
  • It can also be found on other species of deciduous trees.
  • The southern half of the fell has much natural woodland, mostly deciduous species.
  • Root pressure is often high in some deciduous trees before they leaf out.
  • Most trees are species of a rain forest and a deciduous forest.
  • These forests are semi-deciduous, with many trees losing their leaves in the winter dry season.
  • Two distinctive types of deciduous forest are found growing around the world.
  • Some native trees are deciduous, and drop their leaves in the winter or with spring winds.
  • Most of the growth and flowering is in early spring, when more light is available under deciduous trees.
  • These plants may maintain leaves through times when other areas are in the dry season, during which most deciduous trees have no leaves.
  • The deciduous teeth appear at about three weeks, with the permanent teeth following at seven to nine weeks.
  • To accomplish a look of fall, individual leaves were removed from deciduous trees.
  • It is summer-deciduous, dying back after flowering in mid- to late summer.
  • Forests present in the district are of northern tropical dry deciduous type.
  • Much of the land consists of hills and deciduous trees.
  • These trees are dry season deciduous, dropping most of their leaves during their summer blooming season.
  • One of its main features is the shedding of leaves from deciduous trees.
  • Mostly deciduous trees, they typically grow to tall and wide.
  • The deciduous forest has four distinct seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter.
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Meaning of deciduous

  • adjective (of plants and shrubs) shedding foliage at the end of the growing season