examples of broadleaved trees 
Broadleaved trees have mainly large flat leaves; in temperate zones, these usually fall as winter approaches.
Tree with long flexible hanging branches; it is often used for ornamental purposes and generally grows near water.
Tree whose most common species has smooth white bark covered in black markings; the bark readily peels off the trunk in large sections.
Large tree with deeply indented leaves, bearing acorns as fruit; it is prized for its hard and extremely resistant wood.