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Trees

BETULA alleghaniensis
Common Name: Birch, Yellow

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 3 Foliage: Dark Green
Height: 40-60' Fall Foliage: Yellow
Width / Spread: 30-40' Flower: Not Showy
Habit: Rounded Flower Season:
Sun Requirements: Full/Partial Fruit: Catkin
Uses: Naturalizing
Winter Interest
Woodland Planting
Tolerance: Native
Moist Soil
Disease Resistant

Description:
Pyramidal, dense when young developing a rounded crown at maturity. Golden bark peeling off in small strips. Dark green foliage turns yellow in fall. Good for naturalizing. Must be planted in cool, moist soil. Does not tolerate drought. Twigs smell of wintergreen when scratched. NATIVE.

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