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Tronco decorativo Flor decorativa Fruto decorativo Color otoñal decorativo

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Carpinus japonica

Japanese Hornbeam

Japanische Hainbuche - Charme du Japon - Japanse haagbeuk

Carpinus japonica Carpinus japonica
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En forma de abanico/en forma de jarrón 2o tamaño: entre 6  y 12 metros de alto Corona oscura y densa
Altura: 8 - 15 m
Corona: vase-shaped, later wider to rounded
Corteza y ramas: grey, somewhat grooved and scaley
Hoja: narrow ovoid to oval, bright green, 6 - 10 cm
Flores: Y catkins approx. 4.5 cm, X catkins approx. 1.5 cm, unremarkable,
Frutos: small nutlets between bracts in separate fruit clusters
Aplicación: park tree, solitary
Tipo de suelo: loamy
Resistencia al viento: good
Procedencia: Japan
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 7a
Sinónimo: -

A large bush-like form gives way to a decorative tree with a fine vase-shaped manner of growth that later becomes broader. Its manner of growth resembles that of C. betulus, but there is a clear difference in that the bark of C. japonica is light grey-brown and flakes off in small scales. The leaves are relatively small and tinted reddish when they first appear. The leaf has a sharply double serrated edge and the leaf top tapers to a point. The underside of the leaf is slightly hairy. The nutlets are in short squat clusters. Because there are no separate bracts the clusters look like hops and are thus very decorative. They grow to a length of approx. 6 cm. The autumn colour is golden yellow. Root growth is relatively close to the surface. The rotted leaves are good soil improvers.

Sensible a las heladas Árbol de parque Color otoñal decorativo Para suelo arcilloso No soporta el pavimento Para suelos arenosos Se puede plantar en suelos áridos Se puede plantar en suelos húmedos
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