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

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(of teeth, antlers, etc.) being shed at the end of a period of growth

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However, in this study, the effects of evergreen plants on visual quality were lower than the deciduous plants (Table 5).
In addition, deciduous plants (and these vines, as well) are typically quite hardy and are able to survive freezing weather.
Evergreens added to the view provide a foil from the color changes put on by the deciduous plants.
Deciduous plants can be used for a more informal feel and extra interest as the seasons change.
The leaves of deciduous plants will have fallen off and the plants will not have started to form next year's leaf buds.
Both are framed by wide variety of evergreen and deciduous plants.
If that is sor ted you can move deciduous plants now, but evergreens tend to move best in September and April.
They take longer to root than softwood cuttings and are used for deciduous plants that root easily.
They take longer to root than softwood cuttings, so the cutting should be slightly longer, and are used for deciduous plants that root easily such as Salvia microphylla, hebe, deutzia, cornus, philadelphus and weigela.
Zones 7-9, 14-17: To keep deciduous plants like flowering vines, fruit and shade trees, grapes, and roses healthy and shapely, prune them now while they're dormant.
Tests have shown that dense foliage is ideal for blocking out sound, whether from people or from traffic - planting conifers will give the all-year sound insulation that deciduous plants cannot.
The same is true for the planting of soft fruit and other bare root deciduous plants.
It is only because of our deep-seated prejudice toward deciduous plants that we do not see more of it.
Lilac, privet, barberry and other deciduous plants can be cut to within 12 to 18 inches of the ground.
Cutting back our deciduous plants once they have ''past their best'' is a subjective and often obsessive gardening activity.