deciduous plant

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a plant having foliage that is shed annually at the end of the growing season

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In general, in the summer when deciduous plant compositions relatively increase and reach the highest level, the visual quality and design strength of the compositions increase.
Evergreens are most easily damaged because they hold heavy snow more readily than deciduous plants. Snow or ice falling off a pitched roof can split foundation plants in seconds.
Callicarpa is a deciduous plant that sports laceshaped dark green leaves throughout the summer along with pretty lilac flowers.
The Daphne mezereum is a deciduous plant, and gets its leaves after flowering in late spring.
The damage can be hidden in deciduous plants until spring when plants emerge from dormancy.
You also have a wider range of colours to choose from with deciduous plants. And although you will not keep the same levels of privacy and noise suppression as with an evergreen, there is something wonderful about a hedge that changes with the seasons.
If you don't particularly want an evergreen hedge, you have a lot more flower opportunities among the deciduous plants such as scented Viburnum Farreri and roses like Roseraie de l'Hay, Spiraea and Weigelas.
The trimming of evergreen plants be done right after harvest and the deciduous plants before the commencement of spring season.
It is strange that we give little thought to what lies underneath – the bark, branches and stems – even though in the case of deciduous plants, that is what we see for at least half the year.
Deciduous plants have the good sense to shed their foliage before the soil freezes.
THE severity of the last two winters may lead to a revival in popularity of genuinely hardy plants, encourage a change from autumn to spring planting, and a trend towards deciduous plants over evergreens.
The research, led by scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colo., uses observations, gene expression studies, and computer modeling to show that deciduous plants absorb about a third more of a common class of air-polluting chemicals than previously thought.The new study, results of which are being published in Science Express, was conducted with co-authors from the University of Northern Colorado and the University of Arizona.
The European Union decided, on 11 May, to impose stricter measures for the import from China of host plants of the citrus long-horned beetle (Anoplophora chinensis), a harmful insect that is not native to Europe and can attack a wide range of deciduous plants, such as maple, citrus and apple trees as well as birches, beeches and willows.
These deciduous plants grace many gardens and are placed in areas of your choosing.