Betula Jacquemontti or himalayan birch are some of the very best trees for the edges of glades. The forms are not easily distinguishable but the most common grown, all belong to the var.Jacquemontii which have striking white barks very welcoming in the long cold winter months. The himalayan birch has strong, steeply rising branches and firm, shiny leaves on stout, grooved and often dark red stalks covered, like the shoots, in long hairs.
This tree is recommended - An excellent specimen for the smaller garden as its eventual height is 30-40 foot. Also recommended if planted in small groups for the larger garden.
All prices shown include VAT where applicable.