Contains no warnings. This article explains why some plants drop their leaves in the autumn and how they save their nutrients for the next summer. It also discusses the process of photosynthesis and how plants use chlorophyll to capture sunlight. It mentions an experiment where you can freeze different leaves to see how they react. The article explains that some plants break down chlorophyll and store nutrients in their roots during winter, which can change the color of the leaves to yellow, orange, or red. It concludes by explaining how trees use stored nutrients to grow new leaves in the spring.

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