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Fagaceae
Fagus

Fagus sylvatica
'Zlatia'

Fagus sylvatica 'Zlatia' Fagus sylvatica 'Zlatia'
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Redondo/esférico 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona oscura y densa
Altura: 10 - 15 m
Corona: spherical
Corteza y ramas: grey, smooth, soft bark
Hoja: obovate, yellow, later yellow green, 5 - 12 cm
Flores: small inconspicuous flower catkins, May
Frutos: nuts, in bristled husks, 1 - 2 cm
Aplicación: park tree, solitary
Tipo de suelo: well-drained, high in humus content, not too wet
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: Späth Baumschulen, Berlin, Germany, 1891
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 6a
Sinónimo: -

A low-branching tree with a spreading spherical crown. Height 10 - 15 m. The soft bark is smooth and grey. The obovate and shiny leaf is 5 - 12 cm in size, slightly larger than of the species. It also unfolds a little bit earlier than the species. The leaf is bright yellow to golden yellow at first, later it turns to yellow green. It also has a yellow-green autumn colour. 'Zlatia' has an inconspicuous inflorescence, in autumn followed by 1 - 2 cm large nuts in a bristled husk. Only at a mature age will it bear profusely. 'Zlatia' is applied as a park tree and as a solitary. Requires not too wet, well-drained soil, rich in humus content. Moderate wind resistance. 'Zlatia' was found in a wood near Vranja, Serbia, in 1890 and introduced by Späth a year later. 'Zlatia' is Serbian for gold. Fagus sylvatica 'Zlatia' produces branches low down and goes on to form a broad crown. It is one of the earliest beeches to produce leaves.

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