How to Plant a Tricolor Beech Tree
The European beech tree cultivar Fagus sylvatica "Roseomarginata" is also known as the "Tricolor" or "Purpurea Tricolor." The Tricolor is hardy to U.S. Department of Agriculture planting zones 4 to 7. Its variegated foliage changes color from bronze and...
Mar 17, 2013 ... Tri Color Beech is described and discussed as a specimen and small shade tree
for residential garden. Several photos are included.
Monrovia's Tricolor European Beech details and information. Learn more about
Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.
Tri Color Beech is a striking tree that you won't soon forget. It is often used as a
specimen tree due to its variegated leaves that may come in many shades of ...
I usually think of beech trees
as fall foliage trees
. One doesn't think that much about their leaves until autumn...
Not so with the tricolor beech
. What strikes me in the picture above is how boldly the green in the leaf stands out from the pink and white coloration... More »
European beech is a large deciduous tree typically growing to 50-60' (less
frequently to 100') tall with a dense, upright-oval to rounded-spreading crown.
Jul 15, 2011 ... Ken visits his tricolor beech early in the spring. He talks ... He also points out
some things to consider with pruning a tree like the tricolor beech.
Jun 11, 2013 ... I have been searching for a tri-color beech since the first time I saw one ... I want
this tree for my front yard, which is a slightly sloping, morning ...
Cultivar: Roseomarginata. Additional cultivar information: (aka Tricolor, Purpurea
Tricolor) .... I planted a seven-foot tri-color European Beech Tree in late spring.
A truly amazing shade tree with unusual foliage for sunny or partly sunny areas.
Early spring leaves are purple becoming marbled with silvery-white and cream ...