Fagus sylvatica (European Beech) is a tree that is endemic to Europe. The tree's name comes from its crimson wood. Green leaves cover the European Beech. In Germany, beech woods are particularly common. They feature a spherical, conspicuous crown that is shaped in a regular pattern. Beech trees that grow freely and have profoundly dangling limbs are known as free-standing beech trees. The beech stem is simple; in the forest, the beech has no side branches and grows tall and stretched in the air. The beech, on the other hand, develops large and has many branches as a lone tree.
Botanical Name : Fagus sylvatica
Common Name : European Beech
Height : 99 ft
Spread : 30 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 30-60 days cold stratification
Hardiness zone : 4-7
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 125