Deciduous trees are characterized by shedding foliage.
That means the drop their leaves in the fall.
The Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)
Height: 70'-90', Spread: 30'-50'. Long, straight trunk with a narrow canopy. Fast grower. Plant in full sun and a well drained loam. Use in large areas.
Wood somewhat weak. Moderate wildlife importance. The purple finch and cardinal are principal users. The tallest tulip poplar in Maryland is in Calvert
County and is 105 feet tall.