Trees such as oaks and maples that lose their leaves during part of the year. See coniferous trees.
Trees that shed their leaves at seasonal intervals.
Deciduous trees are those that shed foliage/leaves at the end of growing season
Non-evergreen trees that shed or lose foliage at the end of a growing season.
Lehtipuu Lövträd Hardwoods or broad-leaved trees which lose their leaves in winter, such as birch, aspen, maple and cottonwood.
Shed or lose foliage at the end of a growing season period; not evergreen.
Trees which lose their leaves every winter, only to have them grow back in the spring. These trees are found throughout the US, with high concentrations in the forests of the Northeast.