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This sweet spot happens in September, just before the deciduous trees start flaming all-out crimson.

The Trace slices through eastern deciduous forests, cave-rich limestone landscapes, and, farther south, bayous and cypress swamps alongside slow-moving rivers.

Bordering the Pacific Ocean, the rainforest region of the peninsula is filled with deciduous old-growth, moss-laden forests that sparkle amidst the infamous drizzle of the Pacific Northwest.

Winter is the optimum time to prune most deciduous woody plants, when they are dormant and their branch architecture is most evident.

It is the deciduous, woody plants that give a place its sense of seasonality and vitality.

However, they were not seen to venture far into the surrounding deciduous forest.

Hardwood trees shed their leaves annually, and they are called deciduous trees.

This is known as the "deciduous" habit, and such trees are called deciduous trees, in distinction from "evergreen" trees.

It will grow and has been found on almost any deciduous tree, preferring those with soft bark, and growing very seldom on the Oak.

At any rate, it is the only deciduous tree I know of that does not let go the old seed till the new is well on the way.


On this page you'll find 107 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deciduous, such as: brief, ephemeral, fleeting, momentary, short-term, and temporary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.