Temperate forests are located between the tropics and the polar regions in both the Northern and Southern hemisphere. They have 4 distinct seasons and a well-defined winter. Temperate forests include a mix of trees that belong to 3 groups.
Deciduous trees, such as maple, oaks, chestnut, beech and elm.
Coniferous trees which have seeds developed in cones such as pines, firs and cedars.
Broad Leaved evergreens which have flat, leathery leaves such as olive, holly, tea and eucalyptus.