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Purple Beech Hedging Plants

‘Copper Beech’, Fagus Sylvatica Atropurpurea

Copper Beech Trees share all the same attributes as Green Beech other than the colour. A purple beech hedge is at its stunning best when in full sun and the leaves become the most vibrant purple. This can create a fantastic contrast to the many greens of the garden. The purple leaves darken even more further into the summer and then change to the most wonderful copper hue in autumn and if trimmed in autumn, the dying leaves are held on until the new growth arrives in spring. It therefore makes a great alternative to a fully evergreen hedge. An excellent choice for a formal, native hedge tolerant of exposed conditions. For soils prone to drought or heavy clay, waterlogged soils, Hornbeam is a more suitable alternative.

Our Purple Beech Hedging Plants for sale

Please note: We have a minimum order value of £50.

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BEECHPURPLE2L

Purple Beech Hedging Plants 2L Pot

Fagus Sylvatica, 'Common Beech'

  • Plants are 80-100cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 4 per metre
  • Native Beech, suitable for specimen trees or hedgerow planting
  • Golden - copper Autumn foliage

£4.50  each
Volume Discounts
  • Listed price for between 5-29 plants.
  • £4.05 for 30-99 plants.
  • £3.60 for over 100 plants.
BEECHPURPLE5L

Purple Beech Hedging Plants 5L Pot

Fagus Sylvatica, 'Common Beech'

  • Plants are 80-100cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density 4 per metre.
  • Native Beech, suitable for specimen trees or hedgerow planting.
  • Golden - copper Autumn foliage.

£9.00  each
Volume Discounts
  • Listed price for between 5-29 plants.
  • £8.10 for 30-99 plants.
  • £7.20 for over 100 plants.

Copper Beech Hedging Growing Advice

  • Purple Beech Hedge Planting Distances – 3 – 5 plants per metre single row or 5-  7 plants per metre staggered double row
  • Deciduous Tree. Will hold some leaves over winter.
  • Features: Versatile, Impressive purple foliaged hedge, Leaves turn copper in winter
  • Likes: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil preference: Moist well drained soils.
  • Unsuitable for: Heavy clay or waterlogged soils
  • Average Growth rate: Medium 30-60cm per annum
  • Trimming: Late Summer
  • How to plant Purple Beech hedging plants

Also Consider

Hornbeam Hedging / Green Beech Hedging