They are those trees whose branches are left without leaves during the fall, that is to say, to make a simile they would be trees that shed their skin once a year. Some examples of deciduous trees are chestnut, birch, beech, or common ash. These trees drop their foliage to adapt to dry and cold weather conditions. These kinds of trees grow very tall and also have a long life. This class of trees is subdivided into four categories according to the placement of their leaves and their varieties. They are popularly used for landscaping and also for making bottle corks. They are trees that are usually seen mainly in the areas of the sub-tropics, tropics or in temperate regions. However, evergreens are mostly seen in the regions around the equator.