3 Silver Birch Trees 2-3ft,Stunning Winter Colour,Betula Pendula Plants,60-90cm
3 Silver Birch Trees 2-3 ft / 60-90cm Tall
These are BARE ROOTED plants which can be planted from the end of October until April and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant.The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year.
Betula pendula is a medium deciduous tree, typically reaching 15-25 m tall, exceptionally up to 39 m , with a slender crown of arched branches with drooping branchlets.
Common Name: Silver birch
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Acidic, Moist, Sandy
The plain silver or common birch, sometimes called 'the lady of the woods' because of its outstanding elegance, is a great landscape feature, especially in autumn and while still young - older trees can become enormous, but without dominating or shading the garden too much. When planted 60cm (2ft) apart, the trees make a fine hedge, or may be grown 2.4m (8ft) apart as a screen or windbreak, which can be trimmed each winter. Growth is upright, later slightly weeping, especially the young outer stems - trim shoots off the trunk to reveal the attractive bark.
For the bare root planting instructions, please click here.
Rowan & Silver Birch delivery
Well packaged and arrived very quickly, without any fuss. Fast and reliable service at a busy time of year; other mail order nurseries could do with taking a leaf out of your book! Thank you: will happily recommend you.
Beautiful looking young trees
Well packaged and arrived quickly.
Stunning looking young trees very healthy
Very pleased to recommend and will be a return qustomer.
The packaging could have been more user friendly. While it certainly protected the plants, it took absolutely ages with a sharp knife to open up the full length parcel taping of the package.
Great Silver Birch Trees
Received the trees as promised. Good packaging and arrived in good condition. Have planted them out so will now wait and see them grow. They are my favourite tree