Broad leaf trees

22nd August 2019

BROAD LEAF  –  is a tree that has wide leaves, rather than slim, needle-like leaves as found in conifers. Most broad-leaved trees are deciduous, such as birch, elm, oak and maple, but some such as arbutus (which are small trees or shrubs with red flaking bark and edible berries) and live oak are evergreens; the latter type are most common in subtropical or tropical climates.