What trees do not have yellow and red leaves?

Leaves turn yellow and red in autumn due to the fact that chlorophyll (green photosynthetic pigment) begins to break down, leaving chromoplasts with red and yellow pigments in the leaves. It is destroyed for a number of reasons: a decrease in temperature, which leads to a slow absorption of water by the roots – the leaves suffer from a lack of water; reduction in daylight hours; accumulation of harmful substances in the leaves. Some plants have adapted to the harsh habitat, they do not have yellow and red leaves. These are, for example, the so-called evergreens – well-known trees, spruces, cypresses, junipers and many others.

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