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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Native to eastern North America, American beech is a large deciduous tree
typically growing to 50-80' (less frequently to 120') tall with a dense, upright-oval
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 ...
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
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 ...
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 is monoecious; both male (staminate) and female (pistillate)
flowers develop on the same tree as the leaves begin to emerge. Male flowers