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Why are some plants evergreen?

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Some plants are evergreen because they have adapted to retain their leaves year-round in order to maximize photosynthesis and minimize water loss in their environment. This adaptation allows them to continue performing photosynthesis and producing energy even during the colder months when deciduous plants typically shed their leaves.

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