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1. Plants that drop their leaves at the end of each growing season.<br><br>
 
1. Plants that drop their leaves at the end of each growing season.<br><br>
  
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Maples are deciduous.<br>
 
Maples are deciduous.<br>
 
Source: http://www.nativeplants.org/REPORTS2004/octoberreport.htm<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.nativeplants.org/REPORTS2004/octoberreport.htm<br><br>

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1. Plants that drop their leaves at the end of each growing season.

vinemaple2.jpg

Maples are deciduous.
Source: http://www.nativeplants.org/REPORTS2004/octoberreport.htm