The cinnamon-colored, exfoliating bark of the River Birch is spectacular in the winter. Lustrous, medium-green leaves. Most borer resistant birch. Tolerant of both wet soils and dry summers.
Large, well-branched deciduous tree with a high tollerance for wet, acidic locations. Cully's key feature is its unusual peeling bark, which provides striking winter interest after it defoliates. Colourful fall foliage.
A most unusual yet graceful small weeping tree. Successive layers of arching branches are produced without pruning. Favored topiary subject. Ideal accent or focal point. Tolerates a wide range of conditions including heat and wet. Deciduous tree.
Graceful, arching branches weep to the ground forming a unique specimen or focal point in the landscape. It's unique branching structure can be enjoyed in winter when the leaves bare the branches.
Very narrow, upright growing birch with rich green foiliage that develops a golden yellow hue in autumn. Exceptionally fast growing, making it a great choice for a privacy screen when mass planted.
Upright or pyramidal deciduous shade tree with attractive white peeling bark. Dark deep green, thick and glossy leaves turn eye-catching yellow in fall. Great for creating light shade in the garden.
Attractive all season burgundy red foliage contrasts nicely with the creamy white exfoliating bark. Grown in a sunny location, it can also toleralt moist, heavy soils. Good growth. Unusual.
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