Trees - B

Beech and birch spotted on our travels.

Copper beech
A reminder to myself to get the copper beech in my garden pruned!

COPPER BEECH

Sledmere

Copper beech
A large, majestic copper beech at Scampston Hall

Copper beech

Scampston Hall

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Beech roots Newmillerdam
Massive beech roots exposed in the woodland at the east side of the lake at Newmillerdam, Wakefield.

BEECH ROOTS

Newmillerdam

Weeping beech Threave
I am fairly sure this is a weeping beech tree, in the National Trust training gardens at Threave, Dumfries and Galloway

WEEPING BEECH

Threave

Cut leaf beech, Hutton in the forest
Fagus sylvatica heterophylla. Cut leaf beech near the car park at Hutton in the Forest

CUT LEAF BEECH

Hutton in the Forest

Cut leaf  beech Hutton in the forest
Fagus sylvatica heterophylla. Cut leaf beech near the car park at Hutton in the Forest

CUT LEAVES, BEECH

Hutton in the Forest

Dwarf purple beech
A dwarf version of the purple beech - fagus sylvatica purpurea nana

Dwarf Purple beech

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nothofagus antarctica
One of a group of large southern beeches, nothofagus antarctica. Native to Chile, it was introduced to Britain in the 1830s.

Southern beech

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Silver birch
Silver birch growing as a specimen tree, Scampston Hall

Silver birch

Scampston Hall

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Birch trees at Strid Wood
Birch trees in November sunlight at Strid Wood, Bolton Abbey

BIRCH

Strid Wood, Bolton Abbey

Himalayan birch
The attractive white peeling bark of the Himalayan birch - betula utilis

Himalayan birch

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