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 Are all hydrangeas deciduous?

Answer Hydrangeas, which bloom in spring and summer, are not all deciduous. They can be shrubs or vines, deciduous or evergreen. While the most common species are deciduous, the Hydrangea Integrifolia, fo... Read More »
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Is a peony deciduous?

Peonies, a member of the family Paeoniaceae, are deciduous plants. This perennial flower loses its leaves during the winter. Peonies grow back in the spring and bloom in the late spring or early su... Read More »
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Deciduous Oak Trees?

All types of oaks are deciduous, meaning they lose their leaves in the fall and grow new leaves in the spring as opposed to evergreen trees which do not lose all of their leaves seasonally. In hot,... Read More »
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Deciduous Ecosystems?

Deciduous forest ecosystems can be found from the polar regions to the tropics, notes the Center for Educational Technologies (CET). Deciduous ecosystems are characterized by fertile soil and trees... Read More »
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Is english ivy deciduous?

No, English ivy is not a deciduous plant. English ivy, a perennial evergreen, keeps its leaves on vines through cooler and winter months, but they don't grow much. The ivy grows primarily during wa... Read More »
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