Yellow Birch

Betula alleghaniensis
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Moderate, Slow
  • Height Height 60 to 80
  • Width Height 60 to 80
  • Wildlife Attracts Bees and Other Pollinators Attracts Birds Attracts Butterflies / Moths

Like most birches, yellow birch is a species of the northern, cooler states. The bark is a showy, flaky bronze color and the twigs have a hint of wintergreen flavor when chewed. While not as susceptible to borers, be on the look out especially when stressed by heat and drought.

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Description

Like most birches, yellow birch is a species of the northern, cooler states. The bark is a showy, flaky bronze color and the twigs have a hint of wintergreen flavor when chewed. While not as susceptible to borers, be on the look out especially when stressed by heat and drought.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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