Beech (Fagus sylvatica) is a large deciduous deciduous tree with a slender trunk and a regular ovoid crown that can grow to a height of over 40 meters. It is one of the most important forest trees in Europe.
The crown has a massive, regular ovoid shape. The trunk is slim, covered with a thin smooth white-gray bark, sometimes with a slight bluish tinge. The heart-shaped root system with massive roots on all sides anchors the tree well in the ground and protects against vomiting. He lives 200-400 years.
Requirements: it thrives on sunny and semi-shady habitats with well-permeable calcareous soil. We select a spacious habitat. Beech tree is a huge tree.