Betula ‘Fascination’

Betula

Deep orange, satin, peeling bark revealing layers of variable colour. Exceptional long brown catkins in the spring.

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Betula ‘Fetisowii’

Betula

A lovely hybrid, slow growing and graceful birch. Smooth, creamy, chalk-white bark. Rich yellow autumn colours.

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Betula ‘Haywood’

Betula

A good vigorous form with dark coppery brown bark from an early age. Attractive autumn colours, perfect all round tree.

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Betula ‘Whiteness’

Betula

Strong and broad spreading growth habit. Whiteness will take 2-3 years to show it’s stirking white bark.

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Betula alba pendula

Betula

White peeling bark with age, slightly pendulous branches. Diamond-shaped green leaves turn yellow in autumn.

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Betula alba pubescens

Betula

Less weeping habit, smooth-downy shoots, bark white to base. Bright yellow autumn colour and brown catkins.

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Betula albosinensis ‘Hergest’

Betula

A rare and beautiful selection with light copper brown shiny bark. Matt green, sharply toothed leaves and downy shoots.

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Betula albosinensis ‘Kansu’

Betula

A strong growing form with multi-coloured copper and pink bark. Buttery yellow autumn colours and brown catkins.

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Betula albosinensis ‘Red Panda’

Betula

A superb strong growing form with early peeling red bark exposing grey and purple shades underneath.

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Betula apoiensis ‘Mount Apoi’

Betula

A slow growing tree perfect for small gardens. Creamy white bark develops a shaggy nature with age.

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Betula costata ‘Daleside’

Betula

The white, creamy, smooth bark is comparable to the best of white utilis forms. Dark green leaves and yellow catkins.

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Betula ermanii ‘Blush’

Betula

Mid-sized slender, birch. Beautiful, coppery-pink bark when established. Bright green leaves with yellow in autumn.

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Betula ermanii ‘Mount Zao Purple’

Betula

Dark purple and orange, peeling bark and prominent horizontal lenticels. The mid-green leaves turn yellow-orange in autumn.

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Betula ermanii ‘Polar Bear’

Betula

Strong growing with a pure white heavy trunk and branch structure. Stunning in winter. Attractive, long catkins.

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Betula nigra

Betula

A lovely sight when it develops it’s shaggy bark. Fast growing and especially suitable for damp conditions.

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Betula nigra ‘Black Star’

Betula

Superb satin cinnamon bark standing out in shreds. Graceful and airy with plenty of flexible branches.

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Betula nigra ‘Heritage’

Betula

Vigorous with large glossy leaves turning yellow in autumn. Shaggy, pink, peeling bark.

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Betula nigra ‘Summer Cascade’ ®

Betula

Gentle weeping branches and the typical pink, flaking bark with bonus features of good yellow autumn colours.

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Betula papyrifera

Betula

Tall and upright, bark varies from copper brown to white depending on seed origin. Good yellow autumn foliage.

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Betula papyrifera ‘St George’

Betula

A form with white and pale tan bark, contrasting with the dark brown branches. Striking yellow autumn shades.

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Betula pendula ‘Fastigiata Joes’ ® (JOLEP 1)

Betula

A very narrow, neat pyramidal habit, small attractive leaves and catkins. Bark turns a good white after 4-5 years.

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Betula pendula ‘Dalecarlica’

Betula

Tall, slender, graceful with cut laves and drooping branchlets. The glistening white bark provides winter interest.

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Betula pendula ‘Golden Beauty’

Betula

A true golden leaved form. Yellow-golden serrated leaves and attractive bright white bark in the winter months.

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Betula pendula ‘Golden Fountain’

Betula

An impressive golden leaved form for its persistent yellow/gold colour throughout the summer.

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