All trees lose their leaves in autumn. True or false？
False (Some are evergreen.)
What’s your favorite part about autumn Maybe it’s eating pumpkin pie, dressing up for Halloween, or jumping in a big pile of leaves! For many, a big pile of crispy leaves is what autumn is all about.
It might seem like all trees go bare during this time, but only deciduous trees do.
Deciduous trees are trees that shed their leaves once a year, usually during the season of autumn, when their leaves are mature, or fully grown. Deciduous trees in the northern hemisphere lose their leaves in preparation for cold weather during the season of winter. However, deciduous trees located in tropical forests lose their leaves at the beginning of the dry season.
An evergreen is a tree that keeps its leaves throughout the year. Like the name says, it also stays green all year long. Examples include spruce trees and pine trees.