Betula alleghaniensis Yellow Birch ZONE 3
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Betula alleghaniensis

Yellow birch is named for its characteristic shiny-golden, peeling bark. Native to the Northeast. Foliage turns a golden-yellow in fall.

HEIGHT: 60'-75'

WIDTH: 35'-50'

SUN: 6+ hours

SOIL: Loam Sandy

Native of the United States
Yarmouth Availability

2" B&B

2.5" B&B
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Growth Rate: Moderate

Shape: Upright

Fall Color: Yellow

Winter Interest: Bark

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