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Facts About Copper Beech Trees

Facts About Copper Beech Trees

Facts About Copper Beech Trees. The copper beech is an ornamental tree cultivated from the European beech. It is distinguished by its purple leaves, which in some variants turn deep green by the middle of summer. The copper beech is a popular garden tree in England and the United States. It is hardy and can grow in many types of soil.

The copper beech is an ornamental tree cultivated from the European beech. It is distinguished by its purple leaves, which in some variants turn deep green by the middle of summer. The copper beech is a popular garden tree in England and the United States. It is hardy and can grow in many types of soil.
Thomas Jefferson planted several copper beech trees at his home in Monticello in Virginia. The trees were ordered from a nursery on two occasions, the second after the first planting failed. One tree in the second planting survived until the 1950s, and the other until the 1970s.
The All Posters website (see Resources) offers one of the largest selections of posters of any online store, ranging from reproductions of movie posters to fine art and photography prints. Available alongside posters of Britney Spears sporting a bare midriff and rock legend Alice Cooper is a photo of the copper beech tree at Croft Castle in Herefordshire, England.
The copper beech tree owes its purple color to with high anthocyanin levels in the tissues of the leaves. Anthocyanins are water-soluble pigments in red, purple or blue hues, depending on their pH levels. Their parent class of molecules is called flavonoids.

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