Grown for their large, stately habit, usefulness as shade trees and bright yellow to
orange fall foliage, beech trees (Fagus spp.) earn their keep in the landscape ...
Each of these casings contains two to four seeds, each of which feature three
sides and an angular shape. American beech tree seeds measure about 1/2 inch
Tree trivia: Beechnut chewing gum had nothing to do with the Beech tree or the
seeds it produces. It was, however, the name and logo of a company that made ...
How to Grow Beech Nut Trees From Seeds. The beech nut tree (Fagus
grandifolia), an enormous tree native to many parts of the United States, can
grow to 100 ...
can be stored for at least 6 years without loss of viability by first drying the seeds
to a moisture content of 8 to 10% at room temperature (70°F). Beech
should then go through a dormant period of at least three months in sealed containers at temperatur... More »
Some good examples of seed for you to collect. Seed from alder cones. Nuts from
beech trees. Seed from birch cones. Nuts from hazel (though germination ...
The article includes nut and tree identification information for acorns, beechnuts,
chestnuts and ... Botanically, it is a seed, the embryonic life of a tree.
Dec 11, 2011 ... The seed of the beech is known as mast. 2011 was a great year for Beech Mast
on a couple of trees on my patch. As I watched the mast ripen ...
Dec 5, 2007 ... Timelapse film of the germination of a beech seed/nut, into a small plant with the
2 first leaves and the 2 first real leaves.
Oct 10, 2011 ... Went out for some bushcraft and foraging beechnuts in the early autumn ...
Foraging Wild Edible Plants with Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen ...