Deciduous and ficus trees
Deciduous trees are trees that do not produce edible fruits or nuts and have leaves (foliage) on their branches. The shape and color of different deciduous trees can be very variable.
Deciduous trees are divided into two categories: summergreen and evergreen trees.
Summergreen trees shed their leaves in the cold season and are mainly found in our Central European latitudes. Evergreen trees change their leaves gradually throughout the year - so they are never completely bald.
The classic Ficus Benjamina (birch fig) also belongs to the category of evergreen trees.
At Europalms you will find a wide selection of different artificial deciduous trees, which are ideal for larger decorations, for example in restaurants or hotels.