Beech, American (Fagus grandifolia)

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Beech, American (Fagus grandifolia)

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A native shade tree with distinctive smooth, pale bark. Monoecious. Insignificant flowers bloom April to May. Beechnuts form in the fall and are edible for wildlife and humans. Leaves turn a yellow bronze in fall. It is black walnut tolerant and deer tolerant.

Zone: 3-9

Size: 50-80 ft tall, 40-80 ft spread

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

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