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", ...
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American beech (Fagus grandifolia) is the only species of this genus in North
America. Although beech is now confined to the eastern United States (except for
American Beech, easily recognized from a distance by its smooth, steel-gray bark
and tapering surface roots at the base of its trunk, is present throughout all of ...
Middle-aged American Beech. American Beech. 1. Edward F. Gilman and Dennis
G. Watson2. INTRODUCTION. This massive tree will slowly reach a height and.
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Beech (American Beech) Fagus grandifolia. The tallest American Beech found
today in Ohio, in Ashtabula County, is 130 feet tall. The smooth gray bark of this ...
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 ...
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.
Color/Appearance: Beech is typically a pale cream color, sometimes with a pink
or brown hue. Veneer tends to be slightly darker colored, as slicing the veneer ...