Betula utilis  var. jacquemontii  

Betula utilis  var. jacquemontii  

Often referred to as the white barked Himalayan Birch, this tree is well-known for its highly ornamental, brilliant creamy-white, peeling bark. A beautiful tree whether planted as a specimen or in groups or rows. Ideally suited to situations requiring a formal look. Usually tends to grow with a very straight trunk.
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  • Variety

    Betula (Birch)

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  • Foliage

    Dark green, ovate, with an unevenly serrate margin. Yellow in autumn.

  • Bark

    Highly ornamental. Exfoliating in horizontal papery flakes to reveal creamy-white to coppery-brown bark. These papery flakes are often retained even on the trunks of mature trees.

  • Ornamental Fruit

    Small winged nutlets borne in a cylindrical 'cone' (strobilus) that sheds in autumn.

  • Tree Habit

    Upright, pyramidal.

  • Flowers

    Small flowers borne in catkins. Male and female flowers are separate on the same plant (monoecious).

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