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any of several trees or shrubs of the genus Carpinus

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77%) than of hornbeam and other broadleaved tree species (from 188 to 136, i.
Keywords: beech, Cervidae, deer, food quality, food selection, foraging ecology, hornbeam, marcescent leaves, oak, plant defenses, plant-herbivore interactions
If your soil is poor and an impenetrable barrier is needed, hornbeam is the answer.
Jan, of Hornbeam Walk, Stockton, said: "I've had a fantastic time here, I'm going to miss everyone.
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.
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A robin hopped from branch to branch in the hornbeam hedge.
The hornbeam tree saplings were planted along the central grass reservation in Romsley Road.
The trees, donated by Bradford Environmental Action Trust, included silver birch, sessile oak, alder, hornbeam, mountain ash and lime.
Marie Antoinette may have admired the hornbeam hedges as she strolled through her gardens, apparently they made a fine sight and were much admired for their height, thickness and overall shape.
This large hornbeam fell across the road after excessive rain loosened its rootplate.
Plant deciduous hedging plants such as beech, hawthorn and hornbeam in well-prepared ground, if weather permits.
This is the most cost effective method if you have a big hedge to plant and is used for native species such as beech, hornbeam, hazel and hawthorn.
Species including cherry, mountain ash, maple, birch and hornbeam will be planted along residential streets as part of the council's annual replacement planting programme.