deciduous.

\dih-SIJ-oo-uhs\, adjective;
1.Falling off or shed at a particular season, stage of growth, etc.
2.Shedding the leaves annually, as certain trees and shrubs.
3.Not permanent; transitory.
The magic of fall and winter are still astounding to this Florida girl.  Thus, the deciduous process of the leaves falling off is even fondly accepted.  Deciduousness brings hot chocolate by the fire and wearing snuggies during movies and watching It’s A Wonderful Life monthly.  But in May, I do often think that I’m glad the deciduous process is over.  There’s something beautifully refreshing about the highlighter green trees and the bright daylillies blooming  daily.  It’s a beautifully indeciduous time of year.
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