Betula Alba / Betula Pubescens , Known under the names of downy birch, moor birch, white birch or hairy birch, this member of the Betulaceae has its origins in Europe and Asia. This deciduous species is extremely decorative due to yellow foliage in autumn and its white bark which comes off in patches. Blossoming in spring, it is a quickly growing tree at young age, lessening its pace when growing older. A species of great medical value, it is highly demanding in terms of water and does not tolerate well intense heat in summer. Fairly tolerant to winter frost, it adapts best to acid, fresh and loose ground, never to limy soil. The birch demands an elevated level of humidity in its environment, being frequently encountered along rivers and wetlands.
Format : Circumference 10/12 – 12/14 – 14/16- 16/18 – 18/20 – 20/25 y 25/30 in bare roots or wire netting
Circumference 10/12 – 12/14 – 20/25 and 25/30 in CO too.