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Beech - Wikipedia
Beech (Fagus) is a genus of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia and North America. Recent classification systems of the ... More »

Beech Facts - SoftSchools


Beech is deciduous tree that belongs to the family Fagaceae. There are 11 species of beech that can be found in the northern parts of Europe, Asia and North ...

Beech videos, photos and facts - Fagus sylvatica | ARKive


The beech is a magnificent large tree with a broad crown, and very smooth greyish bark. There are typically many branches, which may arch downwards.

American Beech on the Tree Guide at arborday.org


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


The shape of the American Beech tree is like a large crown. Bark: The ... Some Interesting Facts: The American Beech can live to be 300 years old. The tree's ...

Beech Trees | Tree Facts & Information - Tree2MyDoor UK


Mature Beech trees have a light wispy look to their outer twigs, while the main side branches can often be as thick as many other tree species trunks'. In autumn  ...

Beech (Fagus sylvatica) - British trees - Woodland Trust


Common beech is a deciduous tree native to southern England and South Wales . Learn to identify its leaves, catkins and value to surrounding areas.

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beech, common name for the Fagaceae, a family of trees and shrubs mainly of temperate and subtropical regions in the Northern Hemisphere. The principal ...

American Beech Tree Facts | eHow


American Beech Tree Facts. The scientific name for the American beech tree is Fagus grandifolia, according to Blueplantbiomes.org. The American beech tree ...

Beech Trees: All about Beech Trees - 2020 Site


The mighty Beech tree makes a bold statement with little fanfare. ... What's more, since the Beech tree genus, known as Fagus, can live up to 400 years, once planted, the specimen will remain an attractive fixture in your yard ... Interesting Facts.