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Antonyms for deciduous

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


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

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This deciduous tree grows to 20 feet; it's pictured on page 250.
Roughly speaking, the root ball of a deciduous tree is about the same diameter as the trees canopy at the widest point.
Sorbus aucuparia The rowan tree is a vigorous, broadly conical deciduous tree, which bears clusters of orange-red berries during the autumn.
Deciduous tree to 30 feet tall with a dense, oval crown.
The best flowers of all for growing under deciduous trees are those that develop from bulbs, many of which (such as daffodil and narcissus) originated in temperate forests.
45 acres of deciduous trees planted for watershed and wildlife improvement.
After a long hot summer, it will take more cool nights before the green leaves of deciduous trees in the city turn to reds, oranges and yellows.
Jamie-Lee Evans plants one of 300 deciduous trees at Coed Moel Famau yesterday; Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
Plus, Avey chose deciduous trees that will drop their leaves in the winter and allow warm sunlight to heat his front room.
Growing as a parasitic plant on the branches of deciduous trees, its thread-like roots pierce the bark of its host tree.
If the weather is fine, continue to plant deciduous trees and shrubs in containers.
A tree growing in the open develops in much different ways than its forest cousin; this is particularly true of deciduous trees.
Being woodlanders, snowdrops favour moist, shady conditions, particularly under deciduous trees or shrubs.
Time was of the essence, since autumn was about to strip the last leaves from even the southernmost deciduous trees.