Birch

Birch

Betula or Silver Birch are graceful deciduous trees with light foliage and characteristic peeling bark. They bear triangular, double-teethed leaves which are pale green in colour turning to a beautiful golden yellow during the Autumn months. Birch trees thrive in full sun and require moist but well-drained soil. In a garden setting it is advised to add a high quality fertiliser when planting such as a tree and shrub compost. On average, in the right environment Birch trees can grow up to 25 metres in height.If planting trees staking is often needed, but it should be no higher than 60cm (2ft) above the ground. Tree Staking Advice.

Historically, Betula wood had many different uses and was often seen as a building material in Scottish houses. Today the timber is commonly used for creating racecourse jumps, the bark is used in the tanning process of leather and the tree sap is used medicinally as a cure for kidney stones. Traditionl folklaw says that Birch trees protect from evil spirits and symbolise love and fertility.

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  1. Betula Pendula Verrucosa 15 Litre Pot
    Betula Pendula Verrucosa 15 Litre Pot
    £35.00

    Himalayan Birch Tree - Betula utilis that has the white paper bark from a very young age and is more suited to gardens. Learn More
  2. Betula Utilis Multi Stem 50 Litre Pot 3 - 3.5 Metre
    Betula Utilis Jacquemontii 32 Litre Pot 2 - 2.5 Metre
    £49.50

    Betula Utilis Jacquemontii is a deciduous, elegant tree with icy- white peeling bark from a very young tree.Long yellow-brown catkins in spring. Learn More
  3. Betula Utilis Jacquemontii 15 Litre Pot
    Betula Utilis Jacquemontii Multi Stem 200/250cm
    £110.00

    Betula Utilis Jacquemontii is a deciduous, elegant tree with icy- white peeling bark from a very young tree.Long yellow-brown catkins in spring. Learn More
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    Betula Alba Spider Alley 3/4 Standard 30 Litre Pot
    £130.00

    Betula Alba Spider Alley is an unusual birch tree with it's twisted branches that branch out like spiders, in spring it is covered in new growth Stem height 140/150 Girth 6/8cm Learn More
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