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A much smaller type, the evergreen E myrsinites, is better for rock gardens, as it grows to just 10cm (4in) tall, its stems topped with clusters of yellow-green flowers which turn a greyish-pink.
In his Exercising racehorses (1880) we read the frieze of six horses and riders--one of them rearing backward, another showing only its rear legs and hind quarters--from left to right as they amble across a grassy field spotted with red wild flowers, and with reddish-green hills and a low greyish-pink sky in the background.
Silver beech sapwood is pinkish-white when freshly sawn and light greyish-pink when seasoned (Reid 1953, Wardle 1984, Clifton 1994).