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Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' - clod of earth - 150-175 cm

Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' - clod of ...

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Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' - clod of earth - 150-175 cm

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Art. nr. 201812556
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Product information "Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' - clod of earth - 150-175 cm"

Product specifications

Application / use plant: Hedge plant, Avenue tree, Park tree, Tolerates no paving
Average number per m²: 4
Average number per running meter: 6
Bloom Month: May
Bloom color: Unknown - N/A
Branches / bark: Unknown - n/a
Dutch plant name: Bruine beuk
English plant name: Copper Beech
Flower color - details: Onopvallend
Frost hardiness - details: Very good (b) (-26 till -23°c), usda zone 5b
Frost resistance: Extrême winter hardiness
Fruit: Spiked
Fruit - details: Round, prickly husk containing edible nuts
Full grown plant height: up to 25 meters - by keeping pruning small
Growth habit : Crown dark/closed, Crown round-spherical, Rising
Growth habit - details: Upright, later broadly ascending
Humidity/Soil: Moist soil
Latin plant family: Fagaceae
Leaf / Foliage: Red/brown
Leaf / foliage - details: Deciduous, redbrown, in winter staying
Location: Half sun(=shade), Sun
Location - details: Sun or shade
Minimum growing height (cm): 60
Plant characteristic: Fruit-bearing
Plant family: Cup carrier family
Planting distance: 3-4 pieces per running meter (25-30 cm apart), 5-7 pieces per m² (38-45 cm apart)
Pruning period: March, May, July, August
Synonym / Trade name: Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea', Fagus sylvatica f. punicea, Fagus sylvatica f. purpurea, Fagus sylvatica purpurea, Fagus sylvatica var. purpurea
Winter foliage: Semi-leaf holding
maximal growth height (cm): 2500
type of crop: Deciduous trees
type of soil: Clay soil (calcareous), Normal soil, Peaty soil (acidic), Sand soil
type of soil / ground - details: Any type of soil