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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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Sorbus aucuparia The rowan tree is a vigorous, broadly conical deciduous tree, which bears clusters of orange-red berries during the autumn.
Many varieties of deciduous trees with pink, red, or white flowers followed by colorful purplish red, red, or orange-red fruit.
This deciduous tree grows well in most of the West (except the desert), reaching 15 to 25 feet tall.
600 SF of rinn radio conc unit paving, 1 gal 270 Ea deciduous tree, 3" caliper 9 Ea; deciduous shrub, 24", 49 Ea 60 CY of bedding soil.
The main courtyard is designed for events and includes naturalistic open lawn space and a mix of evergreen and deciduous tree plantings.
Tenders are invited for Work consists 26 tree Coniferous Tree 5-foot HT B&B; 5 tree Deciduous Tree 1.
When given sufficient space to grow, the pecan can soar to 100 to 120 feet, a large deciduous tree with an upright, vase-shaped crown.
There was a deciduous tree growing there, and the exposure was to the east, so that the amaryllis saw nothing but morning sun and was protected by the tree from extreme heat and cold.
Contract award: framework contract conifer and deciduous tree wood.
No deciduous tree is more suited to the Valley than the fig.
Other common trees include caoba (Swietenia macrophylla; we know it as mahogany); the yellow-flowered poro poro (Cochlospermun vitifolium), with a spare, branching structure and smooth, mouse-gray bark; the guanacaste (Enterolobium cyclocarpum), the province's namesake, a magnificent, broad-spreading, deciduous tree with a pod shaped like a monkey's ear; nispero (Manilkara chicle), the original source of chicle for chewing gum; and the evergreen guapinol (Hymeneaea courbaril), the source of fossil amber in the novel and movie Jurassic Park), with a brown-and-white bark and a pouch-shaped fruit.
A moderate- to fast-growing deciduous tree that will reach about 25 feet, its gracefully drooping branches and profusion of showy flowers make it an urban delight.
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Native to the woodlands of southeastern Europe, they will do best in sunshine, perhaps under deciduous trees.
Native to the woodlands of south-eastern Europe, they will do best in sunshine, perhaps under deciduous trees.