Copper Beech Hedging
Copper Beech Hedging, or alternatively known as Fagus Sylvatica Purpurea, is copper in colour during the summer months. When Sring appears and the buds begin to break open initially the leaves are green which then turn to copper as the Spring unfolds. This Copper Beech hedging is in place until the Autumn months when it turns to crispy brown, the plant will endevour to hold onto it's leaf for as long as possible. Come the following Spring, these brown crispy leaves might just fall when the new leaves are starting to break their buds.