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any of several trees or shrubs of the genus Carpinus

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During winter, presence of marcescent leaves (senescent leaves still attached to the branches), on beech, hornbeam, and common oak is a striking phenomenon of hardwood forests in northern Europe.
Cardiff council executive member for sport, leisure and culture Nigel Howells, said: "We can confirm that several small oak, hornbeam and hazel trees have been felled from the eastern side of Heath Park's woodland area.
I've planted hornbeam as it's more tolerant of soggy soil.
A new road surface, high quality paving and boulevard-style rows of hornbeam trees have already been completed at the town centre end of the street.
Trim hornbeam, beech, Leyland cypress and thuja hedges, if you haven't already done so.
There are 12 different varieties of trees in Big Wood including Sycamore, Larch, Oak, Hornbeam, Yew and Willow.
The trees planted included sessile oak, silver birch, alder, broad leaved lime, hornbeam and mountain ash.
We'll be giving people a wide variety of native species to plant, including bird cherry, hornbeam, rowan, silver birch, alder and hazel trees, all of which are highly valuable to wildlife.
Autumn planting could then be reserved for genuinely hardy, deciduous trees, fruit trees, soft fruit and hedging such as beech, hornbeam, hazel and hawthorn.
The judge, Recorder Neil Davey QC, allowed Parry, of Hornbeam Close, Ormesby, unconditional bail until he learns his sentence on July 29.
He also operated Hornbeam Farms in Sterling where he and his wife sold plants.
They were said to have lain in wait at the house she formerly shared with Mr Clarke in Hornbeam Road, Halewood, and when the victim approached the house Bankier is alleged to have fired the weapon.
As well as 25 different species of birds and weird-sounding plants, Nant Fawr Woods is also home to many trees including oak, beech, alder and hornbeam with hedges in the Paddock area containing both blackthorn and hawthorn.
30pm on Tile Hill Lane, close to the junction with Hornbeam Drive, the entrance to the Banners Brook Estate.
Beech has orangey-tan leaves in autumn, while those of hornbeam are more yellow.