Beech Trees for Sale

Fagus Varieties in Standard Sizes

Most standard trees are only delivered bareroot, during the winter planting season.
Right now, only potted Bay Laurel Trees are ready for delivery. 

Beech, Fagus sylvatica, is a big, native tree that thrives on any well drained soil. Grown in the open, it will branch and develop a wide, rounded canopy, and in a forest, it will be more like a pillar with a narrow canopy.

Planted in a group (three is always a good number) both green beech and copper beech make an instant impression.

Standard trees are measured by their girth 1 metre above the ground, and young saplings are measured by height. Therefore, a 6/8cm Standard Beech tree is much bigger than an 60/80cm Beech sapling tree or hedge plant. If a tree is available in both sizes, it will be noted in the product descriptions.

For smaller, more economical plants that you would use in a hedge or for woodland planting, please look at our beech hedging, and you can browse all of our trees in standard sizes here.

All our Beech trees are covered by our no-quibble Guarantee, which means you can order with complete confidence. Free delivery on orders over £120. Best advice & friendly support throughout.

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  1. Fagus sylvatica Purpurea

    6/8 & 8/10cm Standard Trees
    • Native. Big, spreading tree.
    • Coppery young leaves mature to glossy purple.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards
    • Requires good drainage.
    • Bareroot delivery only: Nov-March
    From £79.98  Inc VAT

  2. Fagus sylvatica

    6/8 & 8/10cm Standard Trees
    • Native. Big, spreading tree to 35m
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards
    • Requires good drainage.
    • Bareroot delivery only: Nov-March
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    From £79.98  Inc VAT

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