Deciduous Planting Guide & Tips

Plant Seasonality

Deciduous plants are plants, trees or shrubs which lose their leaves seasonally or to the shedding of other plant structures such as petals after flowering or fruit when ripe. In some cases deciduous plants lose their leaves in winter when it is cooler and while they may look bare, many people love deciduous trees for their changing nature. We have gardening information on a range of deciduous plants such as the Maple, Oak, Elm, Honeysuckle and many more so you can give your deciduous plants the best chance at life. From soil and sunlight needs to pruning and flowering facts, you will find everything you need to know about choosing and looking after deciduous plants here.


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    Pyrus salicifolia

    Willow Leaf Pear

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    Euonymus alatus

    Winged Spindle Tree

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    Corylopsis spicata

    Winter Hazel

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    Lycium fremontii

    Wolf Berry

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    Ratibida columnifera

    Yellow Mexican Hat

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    Callaeum macropterum

    Yellow Orchid Vine

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    Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea'

    Yellow Osier Dogwood

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    Cercidium microphyllum

    Yellow Palo Verde