River Birch Tree (Betula nigra) --Kids love the peeling trunks

River Birch Tree (Betula nigra) -this might be the variety. either way a clump river birch with more natural trunk (not white)

River Birch, by Blue Moon Fund Charlottesville by Nelson Byrd Woltz                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Walkway & River Birch, by Blue Moon Fund Charlottesville by Nelson Byrd Woltz

Betula nigra ‘Heritage’ (River Birch) … gorgeous peeling bark, pest resistance and a graceful shape.

River birch: very pretty, grows quickly, and would be great in our backyard for shade!

Plant Inventory: Betula nigra / River Birch

They'll grow anywhere, but do best in a dampness like at the edge of the berm here, where puddles accumulat.

Betula nigra 'Little King'   / Betula nigra 'Little King'   - OnlinePlantGuide.com 1688 height: 8-10; spread: 10-15

Online Plant Guide - Betula nigra 'Little King' / Little King River Birch

Schwarz-Birke / Betula nigra / Habitus Familie: Betulaceae

Schwarz-Birke / Betula nigra / Habitus Familie: Betulaceae

River Birch—Betula nigra Fast growing, tall tree. Cinnamon colored, exfoliating bark. Medium green leaves.

River Birch - Betula nigra Unique, peeling, cinnamon-colored bark Fast-growing Year-round color standing out in fall and winter Highest deer-resistant rating tier Grows to with to spread Zones 4 to 9

Betula nigra 'Little King' River Birch.  A compact shrubby variety that will get to 10-12' high and about as wide. Put it where you can see it in the winter as its pealing bark gives texture to the colorful bark of cream and peach. Give plenty of moisture until established. A great addition to our choices.  #MustHave

Betula nigra 'Little King'

Betula nigra Fox Valley(R) Little King River Birch. Awesome dwarf selection River Birch with all the qualities of Heritage including birch bore resistance

Pruning the dwarf river birch Betula nigra 'Little King', from a shrub form into a tree form by selective thinning of branches.

Pruning the dwarf river birch Betula nigra 'Little King', from a shrub form into a tree form by selective thinning of branches.

Betula nigra – River Birch Zone 3; 40-70 high, 40-50 wide My Photo

Betula nigra – River Birch Zone 3; 40-70 high, 40-50 wide My Photo

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