In botany, an evergreen is a plant that has leaves throughout the year, always
green. This contrasts with deciduous plants, which completely lose their foliage
during the winter or dry season. There...
... trees begin to change color in the fall and eventually fall off the tree. Pine trees
are called evergreens because they have green leaves, or needles, all year.
Oct 9, 2010 ... A chemical called chlorophyll helps make this process happen and chlorophyll is
what ... Some, like pine and fir trees, have long thin needles.
Because the tree is green all year round; it does not lose its leaves in the fall.
Dec 19, 2014 ... Those who admire the shape of a Christmas tree might like to know that ...
Evergreen trees – such as spruces, pines and firs – have the shape of a pyramid.
... and expand in early spring to form new growth (called "candles").
May 25, 2016 ... However evergreens do lose their needles as they age they simply lose them
little by minimal all year around. Any individual who has ever had a pine tree has.
.. ... Why is a pine tree called a sporophyte? Bristlecone pine trees ...
Sometimes called evergreens, most coniferous trees keep their foliage year-
round. There are over 600 living species of conifers, and while there is some
lifting its evergreen arms to the light -- to see its perfect success. ... Pine trees (the
genus Pinus) are distinguished from all other trees by: (a) having ... Such bundles
of needles are called fascicles (after the bundle of sticks around the axe which ...
Have many of the needles on your pine tree have been dropping off lately? ...
Though pines and most other conifers are called evergreens, their needles do
Trees that grow cones are in a group called conifers. ... This conifer is an
evergreen. trees, the ... the cone-shaped fruit of a conifer tree (pine, fir, spruce,