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- Latin Name- Betula Nigra Hardy Planting Zone- 4-7 Mature Height- 40-70 ft Width-15-25 Sun or Shade- Full to Partial Sunlight
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
River Birch Seedlings - Betula Nigra.
The River Birch Seedlings got its name because of how common it was to find them near river banks. Despite it growing in that terrain in the wild it adapts well to other landscapes. River Birch Seedlings can survive almost in any state in the United States. River Birch Seedlings beloved for its quick growth, unique and interesting curling bark, its tolerance to water and drought as well as its large spreading limbs. In 2002 the Municipal Arborists named this tree the Urban Tree of the Year. The River Birch Seedlings makes a perfect shade tree but is often considered an ornamental tree as well. During the early years of the tree it will provide spotted light shade, but as it matures, River Birch Seedlings will be able to provide moderate shade. Its appeal is its interesting compliment on any scenery. As you observe the River Birch Seedlings life, you will notice that it grows around 13 to 24 inches a year. The River Birch Seedlings loves the sun! If it has to, it can tolerate some shade. The River Birch Seedlings shows the most success when its grown in loamy, sandy, acidic, well-drained soils and clay soils. It can deal with a conservative amount of flooding and even a limited amount of drought. When the temperatures are hot, River Birch Seedlings will appreciate it if you provide additional watering. River Birch Seedlings leaves are somewhat triangular and are typically a deep green color. River Birch Seedlings foliage is enjoyed by whitetail deer and other browsing animals. Songbirds love the seeds that the River Birch Seedlings produce. As the River Birch Seedlings matures, the bark will become a cinnamon brown color that will curl and peel off in time. It's also known as the most borer resistant birch available.