"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
A classic native tree of the English parkland and estate, particularly good in calcareous soils. Makes superb hedges as well as individual specimens, the rich golden autumnal foliage adds magic to any landscape.
Makes a beautiful large specimen tree or is often seen in hedge form where its purple foliage can be used to great effect. Like its green cousin it dislikes cold wet soils.
From a mature Beech growing here at Chantry Farm, Suffolk
The Dawyk Beech from Dawyk in Scotland was discovered about 1850. It forms a tall, tight, upright columnar crown of branches - very effective where space is limited.
As expected with a 'Dawyk Beech' a tall columnar tree with bright golden yellow young foliage which mutes to a green yellow as summer progresses
The purple form of the 'Dawyk' Beech
The Fern Leaved Beech' many forms including Asplenifolia abound all with the same attractive cut leaf effect of its foliage
The Weeping Beech. Another classic tree, makes a magnificent sight either in leaf or during winter when the full effect of its weeping branches can be admired.
A very desirable tree, also known as F.s.Roseomarginata which describes perfectly the purple leaves edged with pale rose pink. The marking can be a little bit variable from tree to tree
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