Beech (Fagus sylvatica) is native to the UK. It is deciduous but when grown as hedging and trimmed annually in August, the leaves will usually be retained in a dry state throughout most of the winter. This enhances its winter appearance and gives value as a year round screen.
Common name: Common beech
Botanical name: Fagus
Flowering time: Summer
Planting time October to late winter when dormant
Height and spread: As required for the hedge
Aspect: Sun or part shade
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