Deciduous Forests

By: Kaitlyn Wing

Deciduous Forests

The Forests in New England are known for their colors. Leaves on many trees turn red, yellow, orange, right before they fall off the trees. The trees are broad leaved deciduous trees and they loose there leaves every year. There had to be moderate temperatures and rainfall. Almost every continent has some type of Deciduous Forests. The Deciduous Forests the season it is depends on how much sun light it gets. IT also makes a difference on what plants live there. Warm temperatures in summer and spring let plants grow and bloom.

There is several layers of plants in the deciduous forests first there is the tallest trees oaks, maples, and hickories. The form a thin canopy over the whole forest, they still let enough sun light in that the lower layer of plants can grow.