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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.

Characteristics:

Application:

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

Soil:

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

Flowers:

small inconspicuous flower catkins (May)

Fruits:

round prickly husk containing beechnuts

Environmental factors:

highly wind-resistant, Water adequately after planting

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