This
biome is located primarily in the eastern half of the United States, Canada,
Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan. The trees in this biome lose their
leaves each year, which are found in warm areas, moist summers, fairly mild
winters and places that go below 0 during the winter. They are lots of
different plants in a deciduous forest as it gets more sunlight than the floor
of a rain forest, more plants such as ferns, herbs, and mosses grow in a
deciduous forest. Therefore, in winter the leaves from a tress fall and the
herb seeds, bulbs and rhizomes become inactive in the ground and get protected
by the soil, leaf, litter, and snow. Afterwards when its spring, the sunlight
increases and the temperature rises, the tress leaf grows again and the seeds
develop