Yellow Birch

Betula Alleghaniensis

This yellow birch, the largest of its kind, takes its name from the yellowish brown to copper its shiny bark and is native to northeastern North...
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This yellow birch, the largest of its kind, takes its name from the yellowish brown to copper its shiny bark and is native to northeastern North America. Top twenty meters, it became there 20 years tree emblem of Quebec. When rubbed, its branches have a slight smell of woodland tea.

This is an ideal shade tree isolated for its decorative bark.

Its foliage is aromatic and especially Native Americans used this tree as a blood purifier. Today it is very popular in woodworking.

Caractéristiques

  • Common name Yellow Birch
  • Family Bétulaceae
  • Genre Betula
  • Number of species 60
  • Origin North America (East)
  • Category tree
  • Height 20M
  • Spread 15M
  • Foliage deciduous
  • Hardiness -35°C
  • Position Partial shade to full sun
  • Use isolated
  • Soil rich and well drained
  • Habit conical
  • Earth to use Universal potting soil
  • Enemies sawfly - aphids - scolyte
  • Possible diseases armillary - oïdium - rust disease
  • Copyright image Boland F.

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Delivery scheduled between the 2020-03-03 and 2020-03-05

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