What are deciduous trees in Fayetteville, Georgia?  Deciduous trees are trees that lose all of their leaves for part of the year, usually late fall when rainfall slows and days grow shorter and cooler.  Dropping of the leaves, allows the tree to enter into a state of dormancy, a resting period that allows the tree to conserve energy and survive the harsh stresses of winter.  One of the perks of this transitional phase is being able to watch and enjoy the leaves as they change colors.  Most common shades of the leaves we see are yellow, orange or brown due to the decrease in chlorophyll during dormancy.  Common deciduous trees in Fayetteville, Georgia include but are not limited to: maple, dogwood, magnolia, and crape myrtles.