The paper birch tree, also known as the white birch is an excellent tree for parks, estates, and large areas. The paper birch grows 1 to 2 feet per year over a 10-20-year period. The paper birch can reach heights of 50 to 70 feet. Soil type: prefers colder climates; adapted to a wide variety of soils, does best on well-drained, acid, moist, sandy or silty loams, full sun. Zones: 2 to 7germination range: 40-60%. stratification requirement: 2 to 3 months of cold moist stratification. Premium tree seed, Non-GMO with great germination from The Dirty Gardener. Grows up to 50 to 70 feet. Genus: Betula Papyrifera. 40-60% germination rate. Zones: 2 to 7.
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Famous for its white, peeling bark and multiple trunks
Grows from 50 to 70 feet tall
Excellent tree for parks, estates and large areas
Does best in zones 2-7