Are maple trees evergreens?



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    No, Maple trees are in the Aceraceae family, and their leaves turn orange in the fall. Evergreens are a larger grouping including multiple families of coniferous trees. Maple trees are not coniferous, like Christmas trees, nor do they retain their green leaves all year.

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    There is one rare type of maple that does stay evergreen all winter. It is called the Evergreen Maple and is located in the Himalayas.

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    Nope. Maple trees are, as a rule, deciduous — meaning that they generally shed their leaves in the winter. Though “evergreen” isn’t actually a specific type of tree (like conifer or maple) — it denotes ANY tree that doesn’t lose its leave.

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