Unique Fast Grower with White BarkThere aren’t that many trees with white bark and of the few that there are, even less have the graceful beauty of the Weeping Cut Leaf Birch (Betula pendula ‘Dalecarlica’). If you want to add motion and romance to your garden, this is the perfect tree.As they mature the pendulous branched begin to droop giving a ‘weeping’ effect.Then, at the slightest breeze, the branches dance and sway animating the entire landscape. It makes you want to grab a blanket, a good book and a picnic basket and sit for a while. Champagne and straw boaters hat completely optional. Even though birch trees are native to North America, weeping birch is native to Europe and New Zealand. We don’t know why this makes them seem even more romantic, but it does. Something about poets and hobbits enjoying the dappled shade of a weeping birch, perhaps. The delicate, finely cut foliage turns a brilliant yellow in the fall. This is a hardy variety that is highly recommended for lawn and park plantings, and once established, it tolerates some heat and dry spells. This Weeping Cut Leaf Birch is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Plant it against a darker background or green lawn to highlight the pretty pale trunks, which will add interest to the yard. Weeping Cut Leaf is a fast-growing birch tree that is attractive year-round, even throughout the winter, where the denuded braches make a lovely silhouette.Add some romance to your garden this year. Order a Weeping Cut Leaf Birch from us today!* Graceful, weeping habit* Brilliant yellow fall color* Fast growing.
Flowers That Remain in Position When Twisted on the Stem!Pink Manners Obedient Plant, Physostegia virginiana ‘Pink Manners’, produces flowers that have long spikes in four neat vertical rows, and begin opening from the bottom up! The lovely pink flowers truly stand out against the strong stemmed dark green glossy foliage. In midsummer, pale pink to white buds open to lavender pink flowers with white throats. ‘Pink Manners’ is well-behaved and has a clumping habit. It earned its common name because you can bend the individual flowers in any direction you like – a nice feature for floral displays. ‘Pink Manners’ has flowers that remain in position when twisted on the stem! No staking is required on this new strictly upright, strong stemmed, clump forming perennial. Plant this beautiful ‘Pink Manners’ in beds, borders and cut flower gardens. This plant prefers moist soil high in organic matter and requires average but consistent watering. ‘Pink Manners’ needs a full sun area but will tolerate some afternoon shade, in well-drained soil. It is also deer resistantUse ‘Pink Manners’ in borders, mixed plantings, massed plantings (especially to separate other colors), in large containers or as cut flowers. You will find ‘Pink Manners’ a delight in the garden with its summer-long display of lovely lavender pink flowers and clean, upright and strong stemmed foliage!* Long Spikes of Pink Flowers* Deer Resistant* Makes a Great Cut Flower.
The Renaissance Reflection® Birch, Betula papyrifera ‘Renci’ (PP12,768), displays brilliant white, exfoliating bark and radiant yellow fall color. These attributes would be enough to recommend this tree! It’s heat resistant and has a rapid growth rate of 3-5 feet per year, developing a slender pyramidal shape. It can be grown as a single stem or a multi-stem and like’s full sun and moist soil. Renaissance Reflection has superior bronze birch borer resistance. This deciduous, hardy birch is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun. It will add color and interest to any yard. Plant against a darker background or green lawn to highlight white trunk..
White-barked stunner! There are shade trees and then there are SHADE TREES. Unfortunately, not all of us have room for a SHADE TREE, but we still want the visual impact in our landscape. Enter Dakota Pinnacle Birch. We can’t talk this lovely tree up enough to you. First, it isn’t a huge tree, so it happily fits wherever you need it to. It only grows 30’ tall and less than 15’ wide. It looks great in smaller gardens where it will command attention, but it also stands out in larger gardens where the form and color take center stage. Dakota Pinnacle has an extremely graceful shape, tapering up gently from a full bottom to a perfectly pointed top. Second, the fall color is amazing. Yes, this is a beautiful tree all year, but fall is when it really shines. This is often the first tree to leaf out in the spring and the last to change colors in the fall. It often changes just as other trees are losing their colorful leaves to winter winds and its golden yellow leaves really stand out against the bare brown all around.Third – speaking of bare brown – after only a few years the bark on Dakota Pinnacle Birch turns an amazing creamy birch white that makes a stunning show even when the tree has no leaves in the winter.This tree is definitely worth your investment. If you are looking for a beautiful tree that will enhance any landscape, Dakota Pinnacle Birch is the way to go.* Small enough for any garden* Super colorful foliage for three seasons* Gorgeous white bark* Fine in harsh conditions* Nice shape.
A Fast-Growing Tree with Ornamental Bark The Heritage Birch tree, Betula nigra ‘Cully’, is a fast-growing cultivar of River Birch tree. It would do well as a specimen planting for your yard, especially in low areas or along a pond or stream. The Heritage Birch tree is a type of River Birch that is faster-growing and has larger and shinier leaves than other River Birch. In fact, depending upon where you live, you may see it grow up to 30 inches a year! Its exceptional feature is the exfoliating bark that will create an unusual visual affect for your yard year round. Layers of brown and salmon peel from the trunk to reveal the creamy bark inside, creating a shaggy appearance that is sure to draw your eye from wherever you are in your yard. The Heritage Birch trees can grow to 60 feet in height with a 40 foot spread to its narrow, pyramidal form. You can grow it as a single or multi-stemmed tree. The foliage is a rough triangle shape that turns a pleasant yellow in the fall. It is disease and pest resistant, and many types of birds value it for nesting, seed and cover. Several butterfly species also value it as a larval food source, and it’s deer resistant. The Heritage Birch tree is a fast-growing, carefree, hardy tree that stops people in their tracks when they notice the unique exfoliated bark. It would be an excellent choice for your yard as a tree that has year-round interest. * Fast-Growing * Ornamental bark * Fall color.
The Royal Frost® Birch, Betula x ‘Royal Frost’, is a newer selection of Birch with burgundy-red summer foliage that contrasts beautifully with the crisp white bark.The beautiful glossy deep burgundy red leaf color and cinnamon to white exfoliating bark puts this birch tree in a class of its own. The beautiful leaf color holds very well throughout the summer.Fall is a festival of colors ranging from bright red, orange, yellow and purple. Royal Frost® Birch is truly a spectacular tree for all seasons!This birch has a graceful, upright, yet somewhat pendulous habit. It is bronze Birch Borer resistant, is easy to grow, and adapts to most conditions. It grows in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade.Plant against a darker background or green lawn to highlight its white trunk, which adds a stunning interest to any yard!* All season color* White bark* Easy to grow .
Fast Growing Ornamental Thrives in Full Sun Currently one of the country’s most popular ornamental trees, a real standout specimen. The beautifully creamy-white exfoliating bark is unmatched by any other similar tree. Dura Heat® has a denser, greener foliage canopy than older birches and is quite tolerant of hot temperatures, as the name implies. Hardy for most all U.S. climate zones, it is fast-growing, well-forked, wind- and ice-resistant, and puts on a show of butter-yellow leaves in the fall. ‘Dura Heat’ stands up to leaf spot, but doesn’t like shade, so give it full sun, with moist soil if possible. This magnificent tree should be planted in groves of three to five for best effect, and works well in tall/narrow spaces, woodland/wetland areas and around manmade water features. The non-toxic trees are safe near horses and livestock. Underplant with maidenhair ferns or purple wintercreeper, as many professional landscapers do. * Great fall color* Fast growing* Unique bark .
Elegant Tree with Chalk White Bark and Amazing Fall ColorWhitespire Birch is deciduous tree with distinctive color. One would look elegant in your front yard where it is sure to draw the eye year-round. These are also often used as privacy screens along property lines due to their shape and coloring.Your Whitespire Birch is a uniquely lovely tree. Tall and stately, with a straight trunk reaching up toward the sky, Whitespire presents its own best showcase for the chalk-white bark that decorates its trunk.Unlike many other Birches, Whitespire’s showy bark does not exfoliate and its strong, central leader promotes a refined pyramidal form. Bright green leaves and dangling catkins provide summer interest, with green foliage merging into brilliant yellow for fall color.Whitespire Birch grows at a medium to fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for 40 years.It has a higher disease resistance than most other Birch trees, is heat tolerant and adaptive to most soil conditions. It’s even considered to be resistant to Bronze Birch Borer (a dangerous pest of Birch trees). Once established, Whitespire Birch is very low maintenance.If you love the chalky-white coloring of Birch trees, but not their sometimes problematic nature, then Whitespire Birch is for you. Disease and pest resistant, long-lived and lovely, Whitespire is an outstanding choice for your yard today.* White, non-exfoliating bark * Medium to fast growing * Heat tolerant.
Lovely Tree with Ornamental White BarkThe Paper Birch is a beautiful tree with particularly ornamental bark. One would be a handsome addition to your front yard where passers-by could enjoy its ornamental features year-round. It’s a wonderful compliment to other plantings and provides vibrant fall color.Your Paper Birch tree is obviously noted for its white bark, unique to other plantings in your yard. The “papery” bark tends to peel, revealing reddish-brown bark underneath. This creates a two-toned effect that is simply breathtaking in the common landscape. As your Paper Birch matures, black horizontal lines will appear to contrast with the white, adding even more ornamental appeal. The dark-green, lightly-toothed leaves turn a stunning golden hue in autumn, spicing up your yard before they fall to reveal more of the beautiful bark for your enjoyment during the winter months.Paper Birch trees are the most widely distributed (east to west), of all North American birches. The graceful form and attractive white bark of Paper Birch make it a prized species for ornamental plantings and landscaping around homes and public buildings. Your Paper Birch will grow to about 70 feet tall with a 35 foot spread. It can grow in many conditions, but doesn’t do well with drought. It has many uses beyond the ornamental. It’s well known as firewood that will burn even when wet, valued for use in future and even used in popsicle sticks. The syrup is often used as a delicious topping (much like maple syrup), and can also be made into candles.A tree with unique ornamental appeal, and a variety of uses, the Paper Birch is a valuable asset for any yard, and will likely be one of your favorites!* Ornamental bark* Winter interest* Variety of uses.
Grow the hardy, fast growing Birch in almost any state.The River Birch (Betula nigra) is the most planted Birch in the United States and the best one for hot climates. It is a tree that has something to offer for every season.Famous for its peeling bark which is beautiful all year. The light tan outer layer peeling back to reveal beautiful salmon and cinnamon colored patches beneath is truly stunning in the winter. The graceful branches and the colorful, textured bark are sure to brighten even the darkest winter day.In the spring your River Birch will awake to grow new light green leaves and female catkins that stand up on the ends of the branches. As the leaves mature in the summer they are a beautiful, shiny, dark green almost diamond shaped leaf.The River Birch will transform again in the fall. The male catkins will emerge dripping from the branches and the leaves will turn a brilliant butter-yellow, sure to light up any landscape.The River Birch is the hardiest of all Birches. It’s a fast growing, trouble free tree that is sure to delight in every season.* Immune to the Bronze Birch Borer* Fast growing (up to 3 feet a year)* Tolerant to wet soil.