At Barcham, if you are looking for a Birch tree with a stunning white bark, we classify it simply and plainly as Betula utilis Jacquemontii and you will not be disappointed! Himalayan Birch trees- Betula Utilis Jacquemontii trees are some of the very best trees for the edges of glades. An elegant tree that is perfect for all gardens, large or small. 32 In stock. The forms are not easily distinguishable but the most common grown, all belong to the var.Jacquemontii which have striking nearly white barks very welcoming in the long cold winter months. Himalayan birch prefers moist well-drained soil but is tolerant of a wide PH range. Clay tolerant. Ornamental attributes. Looks great group planting. Anticipated Height. Betula ermanii 'Mount Zao Purple' Birch. Don't prune. Medium. Find a local stockist, enter a postcode. Toleration-20. Similar varieties worth checking out. A truly beautiful small tree grown for its pure white stems that just get better with age. Large established White Himalayan Birch Trees Betula Jaquemontii delivered in large 35 litre pots with heights approximately 2 metres, summer 2020 stock in super condition. It has delicate oval shaped, dark green leaves which turn golden yellow in the autumn and decorate the tree perfectly. Height and Spread (after 10 years) : 6m x 4m. 4/5m. But regardless of potential pests, this tree is still worth planting. Green Foliage. Like Betula pendula, we produce this tree as both a standard specimen tree and a multi-stem. Provided it has these reasonable growing requirements, this tree can enhance any nearly any lawn, garden, or park. 35 Litre. Deciduous. Pot Size - Litre. Prefers acid soil. Medium tree size after 10 years. Growth Speed. Drought tolerant. Plant Size (cm) Over 160cm. No. There are so many differing clones of this Birch tree on the market under the banner of Betula utilis that the trade is tying itself in knots deciding what they should call theirs! Prefers a soil that does not completely dry out in summer. General attributes . The bark of this elegant himalayan birch tree peels each year, revealing the next layer of perfectly white bark which is accentuated by lenticels lines. Evergreen? With a more upright habit and larger leaves than our native silver birch, this is a good choice for the small garden and grows well on a wide range of soils, including fairly damp ones, and will tolerate quite a bit of exposure. View Full Description. Qty Add to Basket. The mid to dark green leaves turn golden yellow in autumn. Attractive bark. Himalayan Birch - an attractive bright white bark, dark green leaves which turn yellow in autumn, and interesting catkins in spring. Add to Wish List. Est.10yr.height. Wet tolerant. Fastigiate. aka Himalayan Birch. Common Name: Himalayan birch Genus: Betula Species: utilis Cultivar: var.
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