9-stämmiger Baum

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  • Reini

    You do not see such a tree every day

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    • July 29, 2019

  • Jan

    is definitely worth seeing

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    • September 1, 2019

  • KA—07

    Exceptional tree that is very striking

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    • June 1, 2020

  • Paddy

    European beech:
    This tree is called "16 Buchen". Above the car park on Magstadter Straße, shortly before the confluence with the Mahdentalstraße, you will find the 16 beeches on the little-frequented Schattensträßle, a bundle or tuft planting of the European beech that is probably unique in this size in the whole of Glemswald. The emergence of this extraordinary bunch of trees is no longer known today. However, it is likely that it is a plantation in which an entire sheaf, i.e. a bundle of young plants, is placed in a common planting hole and then surrounded by an enclosure that protects them from being bitten by the grazing cattle.

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    • June 18, 2020

  • Paddy

    It can be assumed that the Glemswald, similar to the Schönbuch, in which several of these multi-stemmed beeches are preserved in the area of the Herrenberger Stadtwald, still served as forest pasture in the 19th century. So-called hut or hat trees were planted here for protection purposes and as feed suppliers. In terms of their habit, the tall, slim bundle beech trees, which only grow together at the base, differ significantly from the willow beech trees of the southern Black Forest and the Swabian Jura, which originated in a similar way. Young beeches standing in the pasture area were often unable to survive until after decades of bite in the inaccessible interior of? Cow bushes? or finally grow up undisturbed, protected by thorny scrub. In old age they usually form very massive, strongly grooved, but low and broadly branched trunks.

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    • June 18, 2020

  • Paddy

    The crown of our 16 beech trees, which by the way is only made up of 12 intact trunks, is a good 30 meters high and at least 25 m wide. The earth trunk, which has grown to a height of about two meters (circumference 7.31 m), allows a view of the interior only on the valley side. Entry is even possible here, so that not only the outside, but also the inside of the trunk is provided with countless carvings, with which those who have passed have immortalized themselves for many decades. The age is probably under 200 years.

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    • June 18, 2020

  • Paddy

    The trunk circumference at a height of 1.30 m is 7.31 m (Nov 23, 2008, Juergen Bluemle). Since this tree structure is a multi-trunk, it is possible that the circumference of the tree is larger than what is expected from a tree of this age. Its height is around 30 m (Nov 23, 2008, measurement with a stick in hand, Juergen Bluemle).Source: Jürgen Blümle

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    • June 18, 2020

  • Berry

    A very beautiful tree on a very beautiful route that everyone can master.
    Do not forget to drink enough liquid 😉

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    • July 29, 2020

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Location: Stuttgart District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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