It would be useless planting the copper beech on a wet or heavy soil—a light soil suits it best.
(Mrs. Pratt had made a half-turn towards the hammock and the copper beech).
The copper beech contrasts so sweetly with the whitish-green thistle and the yellow leaf.
The copper beech is seldom used for this purpose, but this is a mistake.
There was a copper beech, where the birds sang, and from which they raided the fruit with the skill of Highland caterans.
It told me what you were, and when I saw you under the copper beech I knew you very well.
There were the tall elms and the copper beech and all the proud company of spreading giants—what were five years to them?
The copper beech, the high privet hedge and the willows beyond it, shut out both light and air.
She made a charming picture as she walked slowly the length of the privet hedge and then turned towards the copper beech again.
Hot sunshine flooded the Ghyllside lawn, but there was a belt of shadow beneath a copper beech, where a family group had gathered.