The Dirty Gardener Betula Papyrifera Paper Birch Trees
The Paper Birch tree, also known as the White Birch is an excellent tree for parks, estates, and large areas. The Paper Birch grows 1 to 2 feet per year over a 10-20 year period. The Paper Birch can reach heights of 50 to 70 feet. Soil Type: Prefers colder climates; adapted to a wide variety of soils, does best on well-drained, acid, moist, sandy or silty loams, full sun. Zones: 2 to 7. Germination Range: 40-60%. Stratification Requirement: 2 to 3 months of cold moist stratification.
- Nothing brings value to properties than beautiful trees
- Famous for its white, peeling bark and multiple trunks
- Grows from 50 to 70 feet tall
- Excellent tree for parks, estates and large areas
- Does best in zones 2-7