Wet Soil: Low
Dry Soil: High
This particular Betula albosinensis variant exhibits a slightly restrained growth compared to others, making it more manageable in compact spaces. It showcases the richest hue in its bark among the red birch varieties, displaying deep shades of chestnut with subtle undertones of creamy white.
Seldom grown commercially, but has become a favourite among designers we collaborate with. Its robust coppery bark stands out, especially when positioned alongside the contrasting white and intricate forms of two multi-stem jacquemontii or Greyswood Ghost.
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8m high x 4m wide after 25 years
The most inherent russet trunk colour of all red birch, the China Ruby’s darker shades of saffron are a firm favourite.
Male catkins appear with warming honey colour in the beginnings of spring. These grow to over 10cm long.
A resilient tree that thrives in various soil types, including chalk and clay. It can endure dry conditions, especially during summer months.
Catkins are an invaluable early food source for wildlife.
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