A deciduous species, which has white or rosy-white, sweet-scented flowers.
The quaking aspen is the only deciduous tree that is abundant.
The tree is a handsome one, with broad velvety bright green leaves, deciduous during the winter months.
In this grow some of the deciduous fruits, corn, pumpkins, and grain.
The warm red-brown tints of the deciduous Cypress are charming.
Deer and elk have deciduous horns—that is, horns that are shed annually.
In rich, deciduous woods, rather common and widely distributed.
Their leaves are deciduous, but adhere to the branches most of the year.
These features of the deciduous dentition suggest that it is more specialized for a diet of flesh than is the permanent dentition.
A few of them are deciduous, and all of the easiest culture.
deciduous de·cid·u·ous (dĭ-sĭj'ōō-əs)
Falling off or shed at a specific stage of growth, as teeth of the first dentition.
Of, relating to, or being the first or primary dentition.