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Mark A. Miller

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Introduced around 1800, the cultivar 'Asplenifolia' has slender lacy leaves that are often deeply lobed. Shimmering golden-green in spring, the leaves mature to rich green in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that ripen to tan...

(Dawyck Gold European Beech, European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. A seedling of 'Dawyck' that shares that cultivar's dense narrow columnar habit, 'Dawyck Gold' has bright golden spring leaves that deepen to yellowish green in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers in spring usually do not result in fruit. This cultivar is fastigiate when...

Image of Fagus sylvatica

Mark A. Miller

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. A seedling of 'Dawyck' that shares that cultivar's narrow columnar habit, 'Dawyck Purple' has purple spring leaves that become green-tinged in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers in spring usually do not result in fruit. This cultivar is fastigiate when young but broadens...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. A densely branched, narrowly columnar selection that originated in Scotland sometime before 1850, 'Dawyck' forms a tall specimen several times higher than wide. The glossy, elliptic, wavy-edged leaves are luminescent light green when new, dark green in summer, and rich gold or bronze in autumn. Inconspicuous flowers in...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Beech, Purple Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. A purple-leaved cultivar that originated in Germany before 1877, 'Purpurea Latifolia' is similar to the famed 'Riversii'. Its glossy oval wavy-edged leaves emerge metallic purple, mature to dark greenish purple by summer, and turn coppery gold in autumn. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that...

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Russell Stafford

(European Beech, Purple Beech)

With its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Introduced before 1870, the cultivar 'Riversii' has glossy oval wavy-edged leaves that emerge metallic purple, mature to dark greenish purple by summer, and turn coppery gold in autumn. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that ripen to tan in late summer and fall. They contain one to three edible nuts...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Originating in 1888 from a cross of 'Purpurea Latifolia' and 'Quercifolia', 'Rohanii' has beautiful foliage which marries the purple coloration of the former with the lobing of the latter.The glossy oval leaves emerge metallic purple, mature to dark greenish purple by summer, and turn coppery gold in autumn. Inconspicuous...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Named for its small circular leaves, the cultivar 'Rotundifolia' is also notable for its dense compact rounded habit. Emerging before those of most other European beeches, the glossy, elliptic, wavy-edged leaves are luminescent light green when new, dark green in summer, and rich gold or bronze in autumn. Inconspicuous...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. The purple spring leaves of the cultivar 'Spaethiana' are smaller and darker than those of the famous 'Riversii', and remain purple longer. They also emerge and drop a week or two later. The leaves are deep glossy metallic purple in spring, mature to dark greenish purple in summer, and turn coppery gold in autumn. Inconspicuous...

Image of Fagus sylvatica

Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Bearing soft yellow spring leaves that emerge weeks before those of most other European beeches, 'Zlatia' was discovered in Serbia about 1890. The relatively large, wave-edged, elliptic leaves become bright green in summer and yellow in autumn. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that ripen to...