What plants grow in a temperate climate?

How do plants adapt to temperate climate?

Temperate Deciduous Forest Plant Adaptations

have thin, broad, light-weight leaves that can capture a lot of sunlight to make a lot of food for the tree in warm weather; when the weather gets cooler, the broad leaves cause too much water loss and can be weighed down by too much snow, so the tree drops its leaves.

What food grows in temperate forests?

Bush Food Species for Temperate Regions

  • Acacia spp: Wattle. Amongst them A.longifolia, A.decurrens, A.floribunda. …
  • Apium prostratum: Sea celery. …
  • Native “Lilies” …
  • Microseris lanceolata: Murnong or Yam Daisy. …
  • Billardiera spp. …
  • Podocarpus elatus: Plum pine – Illawarra Plum. …
  • Prostanthera spp: Mint bushes. …
  • Rubus spp.

What countries have temperate climates?

… Some countries like Canada, some regions in China, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, United states etc. are lies in the temperate zone.

What type of trees are found in temperate forests?

The main trees living in this biome are: beeches, sycamores, oaks, aspens, walnut trees, lime trees, chestnut trees, birches, elms and in America tulip trees. Beeches (Fagus selvatica) can reach up to 40 mt tall and have a large, dome-shaped foliage.

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