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Betula Nigra (River Birch Arguably one of the best urban trees - period. 3 along the side of the house

River Birch Trees: This picture shows the fall foliage color of paper birch tree. Look into Young's weeping birch, smaller than regular

Birch Trees Offer Multi-Season Interest

I describe 4 types of birches here, including river birch trees. My focus is on fall foliage, but the white and river types have interesting bark too.

"Yellow" birch trees do not derive their name from the color of their leaves, although that color -- seen here in this fall-foliage shot -- is impressively yellow. Find out what the true origin of the name, "yellow" birch is: http://landscaping.about.com/cs/fallfoliagetrees/a/fall_foliage4.htm

I describe 4 types of birches here, including river birch trees. My focus is on fall foliage, but the white and river types have interesting bark too.

Heritage Birch #tree is a type of River #Birch that is faster-growing and has larger and shinier leaves than other River Birch. Depending upon where you live, you may see it grow up to 30 inches a year! It's exceptional feature is the exfoliating bark that will create an unusual visual effect for your #yard year round. Layers of brown and salmon peel from the trunk to reveal the creamy bark inside, creating a shaggy appearance that is sure to draw your eye.

Heritage Birch #tree is a type of River #Birch that is faster-growing and has larger and shinier leaves than other River Birch. Depending upon where you live, you may see it grow up to 30 inches a year! It's exceptional feature is the exfoliating bark that will create an unusual visual effect for your #yard year round. Layers of brown and salmon peel from the trunk to reveal the creamy bark inside, creating a shaggy appearance that is sure to draw your eye.

Dry stack wall with river birch Tree . Privacy Island. by Everything Beautiful Home and Landscape Designs, L.L.C.

101 Clever & Beautiful Yard Island Landscaping for Backyard and Frontyard - Homadein

River Birch Trees

I describe 4 types of birches here, including river birch trees. My focus is on fall foliage, but the white and river types have interesting bark too.

Winter twigs and buds - ash, alder, beech, horse chestnut, rowan, hazel, holly, dog rose, hawthorn, sycamore, blackthorn, field maple, birch, elder, oak, lime, lilac, larch, elm

Winter Twig Identification: These are for British trees, but their North American equivalents look similar.

Classic Ornamental Tree will Beautify Your Landscape - It is easy to understand why the 'Heritage' River Birch is such a popular tree. - Resistant to Common Birch Diseases - Fast growing (up to 2-3 feet a year). - Adapts to various soil types. - Quick source of shade with unique peeling bark This distinctive tree is easy to grow and can be found...

Heritage River Birch

Ian Sidaway Fine Line. Birches. Narnia theme. I'll photograph and edit a picture like this of aspen trees, and print it off at Staples so it is huge.

Silver Birches, Esher Wood, Ian Sidaway - Fine LineIan Sidaway Fine Line

Types of Ground Cover Plants  Hostas are a great ground cover plant for partially shaded areas such as those beneath river birch trees. These plants come in a variety of colors and may grow as small as 3 to 4 inches or as tall as 2 feet. Though they can survive in full sun, hostas prefer some shade and they grow best in slightly moist soil. Pachysandra, or Japanese spurge, is another type of ground cover plant that can grow beneath river birch trees.  Lirope and lillyturf work well

The Best Ground Cover to Plant Under River Birch

Pruning Birch trees, Birch trees feature white, gray or cinnamon colored papery bark.

Classic Ornamental Tree will Beautify Your Landscape - It is easy to understand why the 'Heritage' River Birch is such a popular tree. - Resistant to Common Birch Diseases - Fast growing (up to 2-3 feet a year). - Adapts to various soil types. - Quick source of shade with unique peeling bark This distinctive tree is easy to grow and can be found...

Heritage River Birch

Fast growing Birch Trees will grow almost anywhere. River birches are highly adaptable to various soils and climates, and are extremely easy to grow.

Whitespire Birch- Mother plants of this strain have survived over 30 years without any sign of birch borer. Extremely fast growing, reaching a height of 30 to 40 feet with an attractive pyramidal form, pure white bark, and glossy, dark green leaves. It has withstood temperatures ranging from 100 degrees to -30 degrees F, and is adaptable to a wide range of soil types. For an attractive birch clump plant 3 to 5 trees in a group.

Whitespire Birch- Mother plants of this strain have survived over 30 years without any sign of birch borer. Extremely fast growing, reaching a height of 30 to 40 feet with an attractive pyramidal form, pure white bark, and glossy, dark green leaves. It has withstood temperatures ranging from 100 degrees to -30 degrees F, and is adaptable to a wide range of soil types. For an attractive birch clump plant 3 to 5 trees in a group.

River Birch Tree

Fast growing Birch Trees will grow almost anywhere. River birches are highly adaptable to various soils and climates, and are extremely easy to grow.

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