The copper beech trees' leaves start blooming in early to mid-spring. During the initial blooming process, leaves are green with a purple tint around the edges of the leaves. The green color usually stays throughout the entire summer. In autumn, the copper beech trees' leaves turn a golden-yellow color, giving the tree its beautiful, and unique, feature.
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