Fagus sylvatica ‘Atropunicea’ | Brown beech | Block shape

In late April early May, the leaves on the Brown Beech come to the tree. These leaves turn brownish-red in the fall and remain on the tree all winter only to sprout again next year, when the beech tree sprouts.



Large gardens, Topiary trees, Trees in containers, Trees on roofs

Growing conditions:

(Semi-)shade, Normal bottom, Sea-windproof, Windproof

Adult height:

Second size trees 6-12 m


damp, humus-rich, permeable, Tolerates a high water table poorly


small inconspicuous flower catkins (May)


round prickly husk containing beechnuts

Environmental factors:

highly wind-resistant, Water adequately after planting

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