broadleaf tree

broadleaf tree

[′brȯd‚lēf ‚trē]
(botany)
Any deciduous or evergreen tree having broad, flat leaves.
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This former national bigleaf maple champion was also the third biggest broadleaf tree in the country.
On its left is a broadleaf tree, on its right a fat conifer.
About 40% of the outer layer was covered with the entire leaves of at least three broadleaf tree or shrub species.
Ash is the third most abundant species of broadleaf tree in UK woodlands and experts are warning that if the disease is allowed to spread, the impact here could be as serious as the 1970s outbreak of Dutch elm disease, which saw millions of trees destroyed.
A spokeswoman for the group said: "It's a native, broadleaf tree, with white flowers in spring and red leaves in autumn.
It is now the fifth largest broadleaf tree in the country.
THE tallest broadleaf tree in Gwynedd, a mature horse chestnut, has had to be felled due to severe decay in the trunk.
His duties involve culling roe deer which, unchecked, can cause considerable damage to the young tree commercial crop and also to natural broadleaf tree regeneration.
Bigleaf Maple (543 points): The nation's biggest maple, and our third biggest broadleaf tree.
In fact, no other genus of broadleaf tree covers the size range of oaks, from the 60-point Mohr oak (Quercus mohriana) in the Guadalupe Mountains of Texas to the 536-point valley oak (Quercus lobata), near Covelo, California.
For as little as pounds 10, the Trust will dedicate a recently planted broadleaf tree for your loved ones.
On average, a single broadleaf tree will absorb one tonne of carbon dioxide during its average 100-year lifetime.