Wet Soil: Low
Dry Soil: High
A hybrid of Betula utilis and Betula albosinensis, this tree was first identified at the Edinburgh Botanical Gardens. The original tree from which the cuttings were derived, now stands at an impressive 40ft in height and spans 10-15ft wide and is over 50 years old. In maturity, it closely resembles its Himalayan Birch parent. Its upright canopy makes it particularly well suited for urban settings like bustling shopping districts and commercial streets. Its canopy allows for adequate clearance, ensuring that the dappled shade it casts wont obscure shop windows or entrances. Its white peeling bark will also contrast well with the urban infrastructure.
A resilient species that thrives in various soil conditions, including chalk and clay. It can endure drier environments showing a preference for acidic soil.
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11m high x 3m wide after 25 years
Well suited for urban settings like bustling shopping centres.
An upright, ascending canopy. This makes it ideal for lifting the crown and allowing ground clearance within tighter locations.
Summer foliage is dark green, transitioning to yellow in autumn before falling.
White peeliing bark with a pink tinge.
A resilient tree that thrives in a variety of soil types, including chalk and clay. It can withstand dry conditions and favours acidic soil. Its preferred location is in full sunlight and planted in well-drained soil.
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