Tree id: Beech (Fagus sylvatica) Beechnut or European beech, copper beech, Dawyck & weeping beech uk

Tree id: Beech (Fagus sylvatica) Beechnut or European beech, copper beech, Dawyck & weeping beech uk


Beach here we’ve got a little beach seedling
doesn’t look much like a beach it’s two leaves dicotyledon there’s
two leaves so these establish into large mature beech trees they’re
big mature trees that we’ve got generally relatively upright quite
uniform the main stem is kind of a gray bark and little bit like an
elephant’s leg so you know when you’ve got beech trees in your woodland because
if you’re looking at the ground floor level on the ground floor there’ll be a
carpet of these of brownish oranges leaves all over it as well as the nuts
that the tree produces so you get a lot of this in the leaf litter Beech

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  2. That latter tree must be one of the most spectacular Beech specimens I've seen. Thanks for the tutorial. I learnt a lot in that 3 minutes. All the very best. Mark

  3. Footage from https://www.youtube.com/user/NatResWales/ Natural Resources Wales.

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