Evergreens adapt quickly to the soil and climate. They grow very
fast, and they don't need very much care. They benefit in hot
climates because they are drought tolerant.
Deciduous Tree:Has broad flat leaves Evergreen Tree:Has pointy leaves(if you can even call them leaves)
Plants do not appear evergreen. They either are or are not evergreen. Evergreen plants do not drop all their leaves in the Autumn.
Evergreen plants are those that do not lose their leaves in winter. They have leaves the whole year round. They are not deciduous.
Eventually an evergreen tree will shed the leaves - just not all at one time.
They have evergreen leaves
Evergreen trees looks all round the year because sheddind of leaves are not at once. It keeps on renewing leaves.
It can be (evergreen trees). It can also be a noun (an evergreen) for any plant that does not shed its leaves seasonally.
Oaks drop their leaves in the Autumn except the Evergreen Oak (Quercus ilex) the evergreen oak.
The opposite of an 'evergreen' tree is a 'nevergreen' tree. In contrast to evergreen trees, which never lose their leaves (greenery;) nevergreen do not grow leaves. For example, Prototaxites.
In Autumn, is were you can felt the coldness of the weather,. The leaves of Evergreen, is very thin that's why, the leaves can easily dry out.
deciduous trees shed their leaves in autumn. evergreen trees never shed their leaves.
Because it is an evergreen. Because it is an evergreen.
It represents christ's everlasting love and life
No, a maple is not an evergreen and loses its leaves every year.
Since the leaves turn red in the fall it is not evergreen... the leaves are dying and that's why they turn red... Soon after the leaves turn red they will fall to the ground.