Fagus grandifolia (American beech or North American beech) is the species of
beech tree native to the eastern United States and Canada. The genus name ...
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 are fairly large trees, usually up to 80 feet tall. Trunks can grow
up to 2 1/2 feet wide. American Beech grow in forests with other trees, such as ...
Introduction to the American Beech
(Fagus grandifolia) is the only species of beech
tree in North America. The American Beech
is found within an area from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia west to Maine, southern Quebec, so... More »
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 ...
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.
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 ...
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