Fagus grandifolia is the species of beech tree native to the eastern United States
and extreme southeast Canada. The genus name Fagus is Latin for "beech", ...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and more on American Beech and many other commonly ...
Introduction: American beech is a distinctive and elegant forest tree in Kentucky
and throughout eastern North America. In early spring new leaves emerge from ...
American beech tree leaves turn golden in the autumn. Growing up to 50 feet tall
with an equally sizable spread, American beech (Fagus grandifolia) makes an ...
Oct 8, 2013 ... Unlike most other hardwood trees, the American beech retains this smooth bark
throughout its "mature" years. The American beech can live for ...
Nov 12, 2015 ... American beech is a sturdy, imposing tree, 50-80 ft. tall, with a maximum height of
120 ft. Its bark is very smooth and light gray, remaining so as ...
Middle-aged American Beech. American Beech. 1. Edward F. Gilman and Dennis
G. Watson2. INTRODUCTION. This massive tree will slowly reach a height and.
The tallest American Beech found today in Ohio, in Ashtabula County, is 130 feet
tall. The smooth gray bark of this grand tree is familiar to many. Also distinctive ...
American beech is a "strikingly handsome" tree with tight, smooth and skin-like
light gray bark. This slick bark is so unique, it becomes a major identifier of the ...
The American Beech tree grows in the southern and eastern parts of the United
States. It grows in deciduous forests all over Maine and northern Massachusetts.