A true treasure in our midwest landscape, birch trees are best known for their beautiful, exfoliating bark which ranges from stark white, to salmon pink, to shimmering bronze and more. An excellent choice for any landscaper looking to add winter interest, especially against a backdrop of evergreens. Jagged, green leaves cascade gracefully from the crown, usually turning bright yellow in fall.

Easy and adaptable, birch thrive in our cool northern climate. Most prefer to keep their roots cool and wet, and thus benefit from a layer of mulch at the base. Water well to establish. Tolerant of clay soils to sandy soils. Some varieties (especially river birch) tolerate mild drought once established. Deer resistant.

 

Heritage River Birch

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun - Part Sun

Mature Size: 40-60' tall, 40-60' wide

 

Dakota Pinnacle

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun - Part Sun

Mature Size: 30-40' tall, 10-12' wide

 

White Satin Birch

Hardiness Zones: 4 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun - Part Sun

Mature Size: 35-45 tall, 25-35' wide

 

Little King Birch

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun - Part Sun

Mature Size: 8-10' tall, 8-10' wide

 

Royal Frost Birch

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun - Part Sun

Mature Size: 30-40' tall, 15-20' wide

 

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