River birch trees
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The Heritage River Birch is often chosen for its attractive bark and ability to resist disease. The colourful, peeling bark will add interest to a winter landscape. A good tree for landscaping properties, especially at the edges of ponds and streams
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Betula nigra is a tall native tree that makes a great ornamental for large spaces because of its graceful form and attractive bark. To learn more about river birch, read this article...
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River Birch are known for their exfoliating tree trunks, which peels to expose different shades of bark, making a great focal point in a landscape design.
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Attractive buff-colored peeling bark is a wonderful backdrop for yellow fall color. An impressive specimen often grown as a clump of several trunks. Thrives in moist areas. Considered to be more resistant to borers than the European white birch, and one of the most adaptable and heat tolerant of the birches. Deciduous.
Compare birch tree types native to the US, including river birch, paper birch and yellow birch. Plus, learn how to plant, care for and use birch trees in your garden. See pictures of some of the most popular birch cultivars.
Betula negra ‘BNMTF’ dura-heat® Native to the riverbanks of the Southeastern United States, the Dura-Heat River Birch is a distinctive ornamental tree that offers year round […]
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Whether your goal is adding quick curb appeal, shade or privacy, here are 10 trees that provide results faster than average.
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Fast growing privacy trees that'll provide years of shade and privacy and don't take decades to grow! Invest in these varieties now and enjoy your yard!
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A fast-growing shade tree, river birch (_Betula nigra_) is the most widely adapted of the birch trees. It is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture **plant hardiness zones 4 through 9a**. In USDA zones 8b and 9a, river birch needs regular irrigation to survive the heat.
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Birches are known for their beautiful silvery bark and leaves that turn honey-yellow in the fall. With their generally upright nature, they are a great tree
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