Evergreen trees hold on to their leaves and stay "green" throughout the year. They do shed their old leaves to grow new leaves, but they drop them gradually, not all at once. This also includes most, but not all, varieties of conifers. For more information on conifers and our conifer collection, lease visit our Conifer page.
Deciduous trees will lose their leaves during the colder winter months and grow new leaves in the spring. They often put on a vibrant autumn show as their leaves change colors before falling to the ground.
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Vine Maple – A multi-stemmed, deciduous, large shrub or small tree. In sun, its branches are more upright; in the forest, they sprawl along the ground, giving it the common name of vine maple. They grow in a wide range of soil types and are drought tolerant once established. It grows more quickly (12 to 18 inches a year) when young. It matures at about 15 to 20 feet high and wide. Vine maples grow in full sun, part shade or full shade, however, fall color is best with at least half a day of sun. Zones 5-8.
Pacific Fire Vine Maple – A multi-stemmed, deciduous, large shrub or small tree. Flaming red bark in the winter that dazzles the landscape with color. In summer fiery branches peek through large bright green leaves. In fall brilliant yellow leaves create an intense contrast. They grow in a wide range of soil types and are drought tolerant once established. Water regularly in summer. Grows to 10 feet tall in 8 years reaching 12-15 feet tall and wide. Part. Sun. Zone 4-8.