Viveros Van den Berk
choose your language:

No es sensible al viento Soporta la sal gema

Tronco decorativo Flor decorativa Fruto decorativo Color otoñal decorativo

(Número: )
buscar
Fagaceae
Fagus

Fagus sylvatica
'Dawyck'

Dawyck beech

Säulenbuche - Hêtre pyramidal - Zuilbeuk

Fagus sylvatica 'Dawyck'
descargar PDF Ponerse en contacto directamente pida Libro de Árboles solicitar un presupuesto
En forma de columna 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona oscura y densa
Altura: 20 - 25 m
Corona: narrow pyramidal
Corteza y ramas: smooth, grey bark, soft
Hoja: oval to ovate, curved leaf margin, dark green, 4 - 10 cm
Flores: small inconspicuous catkins, May
Frutos: nuts, burrs with brush-like shell, 1 - 2 cm
Aplicación: solitary, avenue tree, park tree
Tipo de suelo: well-drained, rich soil of high humus content, not too wet
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: Lt. Col. A. Balfour, Dawyck, Scotland, 1864
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5b
Sinónimo: F. s. ‘Fastigiata’

Fagus sylvatica 'Dawyck' is a slender, pyramidal tree with straight upright branches with upright twigs. The branching starts low on the trunk. It is very shape-tied and can attain a height of 20 - 25 m and a width of circa 3 m. The soft bark is smooth and has a grey colour. The oval to ovate leaves are shiny dark green and can become 4 - 10 cm. 'Dawyck' flowers with small, inconspicuous flowers and less generously than F. sylvatica. The inflorescence is followed by 10 - 20 mm large nuts, only at a mature age does the tree bear abundantly. 'Dawyck' can be used as a solitary, avenue and park tree and prefers a well-drained, not too wet soil of high humus content. Moderately wind-resistant. First commercially exploited by A. Hesse, Weener (D), 1913.

Sensible al viento Árbol de parque Árbol de alineación Árbol de calle Color otoñal decorativo No soporta el pavimento Para suelos arenosos Para suelos de turba
¿Le interesa este árbol? solicitar un presupuesto
Un momento, por favor