Carpinus Fastigiata (American hornbeam)

Carpinus betulus Fastigiata - a narrow, fastigiate form in youth, but gradually acquires a tear drop or oval-vase shape with age, typically maturing to 40’ tall and 30’ wide. It is much more common in commerce than the species. Ovate, toothed, bright medium green leaves (to 4” long) are clean and attractive throughout the growing season with little susceptibility to foliar diseases. Foliage turns yellow-orange in fall.  Family : Betulaceae

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Author : Paul S Drobot
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Online since: December 22th 2019


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Carpinus Fastigiata (American hornbeam)

Carpinus Fastigiata (American hornbeam)

Carpinus Fastigiata (hornbeam)

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