Deciduous trees
Deciduous trees are collectively referred to as hardwoods and botanists classify them as angiosperms. The term comes from the Greek angion (vessel) and sperma (seed).

To give an example, the seeds of an apple tree are carried in the fruit. Deciduous trees shed their leaves in autumn. They account for the majority of forest tree species in Canada.
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Matthew Richardson

Crown Cleaning

Tyler Laird

Aaron Fitzpatrick

Planting

Canopy Raising After

Canopy Raising Before

Clearance Pruning Before

Clearance Pruning After

Hedge Trimming After

Hedge Trimming Before


Robin Laird

Chris Barrett

David Johns

Kurt Laird

Pest Management

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