It is a leaved tree with a broad, shaggy foliage and smooth, grey bark with lighter strips.
The leaves are single, serrulate at the bottom, with a double serrated edge, dark green, turning yellow in the autumn.
Carpinus betulus is a little demanding plant. It tolerates drought and prefers shady habitats. It grows even in full shadow. The best growth is on fresh and fertile soils, particularly lime. It grows well in urban conditions, that’s why it can be seen in parks and squares as a solitaire but also in hedges because it tolerates cutting and forming.
Below: a garden arrangement using Carpinus betulus.
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