copper beech

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copper beech

a cultivated variety of European beech that has dark purple leaves
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Rowney Green Flower Club, Stan Gardner - The Garden in Winter (talk with slides), Copper Beeches, Rowney Green Lane, Rowney Green, Alvechurch, 2pm.
Meikle House, Copper Beeches, Whittingham, Alnwick, Northumberland, is for sale through Strutt & Parker at pounds 400,000.
Finely cut leaves from Japanese maples, copper beeches, crab apples or even different birches and willows all contribute to a fresh breath of spring indoors.
If passed, 16 trees, including three oaks, three copper beeches and ten other minor trees, would be cut down to make way for the centre with 30 parking spaces.
SCHOOLCHILDREN have been busy digging, planting and getting their green fingers around hornbeams, copper beeches and privets at a garden centre's new visitor attraction.
Tv Gardener Alan Titchmarsh is to swap copper beeches for sopping breeches to appear as literary hero Mr D'Arcy.
The selling agents point out that the garden has the atmosphere of old rectory grounds, quite private behind high, well kept kedges and mature trees, including two lovely copper beeches.