The database here is very helpful in propagating the European Beech (Fagus sylvatica 'Asplenifolia') by use of seeds. Should I assume - by default - that the seeds of this tree will be true to its' type, ie. an Asplenifolia? I am asking because I collected a seedling that was naturally propagated by seed from the parent Fagus sylvatica 'Asplenifolia' which is growing above it. This seedling (about 2 years old perhaps) is stunted from being chopped off during garden care but it is alive and it does have foliage. The leaves, however, are ovate, not "fern-like". Can I expect the leaves to display the 'asplenifolia' configuration once it grows larger or is there a possibility that it can develop into the common sylvatica that is widely found here in Sweden?