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What's the opposite of a deciduous tree?
Last Updated: 17th May, 2021
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Then, what is the opposite to deciduous?
What is the opposite to deciduous. Deciduous usually means plants that drop their leaves, such as in the fall. The opposite of deciduous is evergreen.
Furthermore, what is the difference between a deciduous tree and a coniferous tree? Cones and Seeds The difference between leaves and needles isn't the only distinction between deciduous and coniferous trees. They also have different ways to spread their seeds. Coniferous trees use cones to spread their seeds. But deciduous trees are flowering plants and don't have cones.
Also asked, what are non deciduous trees called?
Evergeen trees -- also known as non-deciduous, meaning they do not lose their leaves in winter -- are valuable landscaping plants. They are attractive during the warmer months, and in winter their green foliage contrasts beautifully with the pale tones of dormant trees and shrubs.
What is the opposite of evergreen trees?
A deciduous tree is a tree that loses its leaves(needles) in the winter. As we can see these two definitions don't even refer to the same characteristics of the plant. The opposite of deciduous is evergreen which is a plant that does not lose its leaves(needles) in the winter.