Interaction of irradiance and soil nutrient supply on growth of seedlings of ten European tall-shrub species and Fagus sylvatica
Acer platanoides, Carpinus betulus, Fagus sylvatica
, Fraxinus excelsior, Prunus avium, Quercus robur and Q.
mangium was similar to that on Fagus sylvatica
(Fagalus: Fagaceae) leaves as reported by Gardiner (1967).
COLOURFUL COLLECTION: Above, Fagus sylvatica
'Atropunicea' and, left, Rosa 'Natasha Richardson', are both featured in Maynard''s Chelsea show garden
FAVOURITES: Clockwise from top left: Dianthus superbus, Papaver somniferum 'Double Lilac'', Fagus sylvatica
'Atropunicea'', Rosa 'Natasha Richardson''
Our common beech tree, Fagus sylvatica
, is spectacular in autumn colour, bright yellow with a sheen of burnished copper.
Available in lumber and veneer, the wood from the species Fagus sylvatica
goes by a number of names usually tied to the country of origin, but it is most often known simply as European or German beech.
Common beech is another top class hedging plant, and surpasses itself in its purple-leafed form, Fagus sylvatica
Six years on stocks have been propagated and it is on public show for the first time as Fagus sylvatica
A magnificent specimen of a botanical curiosity is the Weeping Beech, Fagus Sylvatica
Pendula, cherished as the upside-down tree, and is one of many spots of interest in the park, which also include the Diana, Princess of Wales memorial and Speakers' Corner.
European beech is the umbrella term for the species of Fagus sylvatica
and is often named for its country of origin, i.
Six genetic monitoring sites installed in three countries: two sites per country, one for Fagus sylvatica
, and one for Abies alba and Abies borisii-regis;
Perhaps one of the commonest brown leaved plants is fagus sylvatica
when it is in its winter clothing.
European beech, Fagus sylvatica
, grows throughout central Europe and the United Kingdom and also grows in Asia.
Silvicultural interventions on 40 ha to improve the growth and natural regener of Fagus sylvatica
, Ilex aquifolium and Taxus baccata;