deciduous


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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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A number of deciduous species, such as fuchsia hold their colour all summer but have no interest in winter, a price worth paying perhaps to enjoy the seasonal displays offered by flowering deciduous hedges.
Grapes and deciduous fruits: Irrigation of deciduous orchards and vineyards influenced by plant-soil-water relationships in individual situations.
The ongoing trend on the flats where coniferous trees are replaced by deciduous trees echoes a similar shift that occurred sometime between 1,000 and 500 years ago, coinciding with what's called the Medieval Climate Anomaly.
Plant deciduous hedging plants such as beech, hawthorn and hornbeam, if weather permits.
have a large number of deciduous trees, all of which show this display of color on a wide variety of trees.
x] [approximately equal to] 11) locations for 12 birds at the deciduous site and 3-16 ([bar.
This valley is dominated by deciduous tropical forest, and few botanical studies have been conducted in this area (La Veg.
For example, only 2 studies provide information on the vertical distribution patterns of predatory wasps in temperate deciduous forests.
The researchers said that stem cells could be easily extracted from deciduous teeth, which are routinely lost in childhood and generally discarded.
However, the advantages of autumn planting compared with spring planting have been clearly shown for genuinely hardy plants - deciduous trees and fruit trees, perennials which die down completely, soft fruits, roses, hardy deciduous shrubs and some evergreen shrubs such as rhododendrons, azaleas and laurels.
Deciduous experiences the pleasures and sharpness of three of the four seasons, witnessing many activities of neighborhood children for each season of spring, summer and fall.
It is this latter group of deciduous hollies that I wish you knew better.
In a north-south direction, this region crosses the transition from the most arid deserts of North America to tropical forests (Wiseman, 1980), and it is here that tropical deciduous forests reach their northern distributional limit in the Western Hemisphere (Reichenbacher et al.
There are both deciduous and evergreen Berberis and each type is moved at a different time.