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Fagus

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Fagus – aka deciduous Beech. An ole English favourite for living colour! Beech, available in upright or weeping forms, comes in a spectacular range of colours – greens, golds, bronze and copper. In April and May as the tree prepares for winter the leaves display a wonderful array of brilliant reds, oranges and golds before they fall. The Beech is a slow growing tree, that will grow in most NZ conditions.

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aka Fastigiate Golden Beech

Fastigiate Golden Beech. A very striking form of Beech with golden-green rounded foliage in spring that slowly turns to a softer yellow-green tone over summer. A nice contrast tree that has a neat and tidy upright habit. Happy in sun or part shade. Deciduous. RHS AGM.

 

Habit: Columnar
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 8m x 3m

Fagus Dawyck Gold

Current Stock Height: 130/140 cm  ? 

Container: pb18  ? 

$89.99

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aka Purple Fastigiate Beech

Purple Fastigiate Beech. Originating from Dawyck, Scotland this narrow columnar form of beech is a handsome architectural specimen indeed. Large deep purple foliage on upward growing branches from spring to autumn. Plant in sun or part shade. Deciduous. RHS AGM.

Dawyck Botanic Gardens in Scotland boasts a world-class arboretum where many specimens of Beech tree grow. Fastigiate means branches that taper naturally upwards forming a narrow column of growth.

 

Habit: Columnar
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 12m x 3m

Fagus Dawyck Purple

Expected Stock Height: 70/80 cm  ? 

Currently sold out. Add to your waitlist to be advised when next in stock.

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aka Copper Beech

Copper Beech. For those who have got the room this magnificent tree has to be on your "must have" list. Oval, toothed foliage that emerges bronze-red in spring slowly deepening to deep purple-black. Beautiful when the light reflects through the leaves. Hardy and easy to grow. Est.10yr.growth.

 

Habit: Upright
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 10m x 6m

Fagus Purpurea

Expected Stock Height: 100/180 cm  ? 

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Fagus Purpurea

Expected Stock Height: 130/160cm  ? 

New stock expected Beginning of July, 2024. Waitlist now. Estimated price $79.99. Payment on order.

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aka Copper Beech

This selection of Copper Beech has deep rich purple foliage that holds its colour well through the summer. Stunning large specimen tree that only gets better as it ages. Happy in sun or part shade in soil that is not completely dry in summer. Deciduous.

 

Habit: Upright
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 10m x 6m

Fagus Riversii

Expected Stock Height: 140/170cm  ? 

New stock expected End of July, 2024. Waitlist now. Estimated price $99.99. Payment on order.

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aka Beech

Purple Fern-leaf Beech. Deeply lobed with rounded serrations, the leaves are a deep, reddish-purple in spring, becoming darker over summer. A very beautiful, slower growing tree.

 

Habit: Upright
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 7m

Fagus Sylvatica Rohanii

Current Stock Height: 60/100 cm  ? 

Container: 5l  ? 

$69.99

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aka Common Beech

The quintessential hedge for traditional English or formal gardens. Soft undulating green foliage that turns reddish brown in autumn and holds on to the tree almost until the new foliage emerges in spring. Smooth grey bark. If left untrimmed forms a large pyramidal tree. Deciduous.

 

Habit: Upright
Mature Size 7-10 yrs (HxW): 10m x 6m

Fagus Sylvatica

Current Stock Height: 30/50cm  ? 

Container: pb8  ? 

WAS $24.99
NOW $19.99

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Fagus Sylvatica

Expected Stock Height: 130/150cm  ? 

New stock expected Beginning of July, 2024. Waitlist now. Estimated price $59.99. Payment on order.

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826 Gordonton Road, R D 1, Hamilton 3281 Ph: (07) 824 3430 Email: