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American Hornbeam tree (Carpinus caroliniana) quart pot

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Item details

Condition
Used
Sunlight
Full Sun
Climate
Temperate
Foliage
Deciduous
Soil Type
Clay
Season of Interest
Summer
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 (-30 to -20 °F)
Watering
Medium
Soil pH
Neutral
Common Name
Hornbeam
Brand
Tree
Tree Type
Shade
Plant Form
Plant Plug/Seedling

About this item

     

 

You are buying 1 American Hornbeam tree common names are 

Blue beech, Ironwood, Musclewood, Water beech 

 in a quart pot 6-12" in height. American Hornbeam are a pleasing small-to-medium tree with green summer foliage and yellow to fire engine red fall colors. When mature the shape can range from rounded to a broader, elliptical form. Its biggest benefit is its surprising shade tolerance it will thrive even under the canopy of other trees but will be happiest in partial shade. Hardy in zones 4-8 reach mature heights of 20-30' with spreads of 20-30'. 

       We are a licensed nursery in Tennessee cert. #2235  Planting instructions included with every order.

               California orders ship bare root Nov.-March only due to soil restrictions.

                                    

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Plants in winter months will be dormant with no leaves with the exception of evergreens