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beech

a forest tree of the genus Fagus with glossy oval leaves, thin, smooth, greyish bark and fine-grained wood.
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Course spokesman James Brennan said: "None of the individuals concerned has spoken to the team at York racecourse and we are not sure they appreciate the age, risks or low ecological value of these poplars nor the plans to replace them with eight beech trees that are indigenous to the area and will support far more biodiversity."
"While we work to establish who owns each of the beech trees, as a precaution we are arranging for all four of the trees to have moderate reduction over our residents' gardens.
Casting Deep Shade: An Amble Inscribed to Beech Trees & Co.
There's an avenue of trees in Dorset called the Badbury Rings, which is an A-road lined with more than 300 beech trees planted over 150 years.
Beech trees fill in the wooden frame of the church.The Church of Saint Ladislaus, also called the Plant church of Saint Ladislaus, is located in the cadastre of Debra village near Kosice.
TWO of DZG's giant beech trees have been felled and branches given to some of our tiniest creatures - three spiny mice.
11 as nature enthusiasts flock to the mountains to watch the Taiwan beech trees whose leaves have turned yellowish gold, according to a recent press release on the website of Taipingshan National Forest Recreation Area Administration.
To Hear The Skylark's Song A Memoir by Huw Lewis WE might spend some time exploring amongst the beech trees.
A senior official at the regional agricultural development office in Jendouba said the reforestation of oak and beech trees that went up in smoke requires at least thirty years.
The area where this presents the worst problem is on our raised beds at the bottom of the garden simply because, running alongside them at the other side of the track, there is a line of beech trees.
THERE'S a mile-and-a-half avenue of beech trees which leads to the gardens of Powerscourt, near me in County Wicklow.
According to locals she occupies the thin ribbon of road that winds beneath the ancient beech trees.