Betula utilis var. jacquemontii
Himalayan Birch 

Betula utilis var. jacquemontii
Common name

Himalayan Birch

Group

Trees

Family

Betulaceae

Description

Himalayan Birch. Conical tree with peeling; white bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Max Height 18m. Max Spread 10m. Full sun/partial shade. Hardy. Water thoroughly before planting.

Characteristics

Growth habit
Conical
Fragrance
No
Hardiness
Hardy
Toxicity
CAUTION toxic if eaten/skin and eye irritant

Size

Growth speed
Fast
Ultimate height
18m
Ultimate spread
10m

Colour

Flowers
Green in June; July
Foliage
Green - Deciduous
Fruit
Blue; Black in June
 

Growing your plants

Aspect
Full sun/partial shade Sheltered site
Soil
Fertile
Moisture
Moist; Well drained
Propagation
Grafting
Usage
Border; Specimen
Planting
Water thoroughly before planting

Caring for your plants

Pruning
Winter Only prune if required to keep shape
Maintenance
Stake and tie; Feed
Care
Keep moist in first year
Pests & diseases
Aphids; Rusts; Honey fungus

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Size
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Trolley
Regular 45 litre 12-14 HS --- £102.00 £ 3
Regular 45 litre 14-16 EHS --- £124.50 £ 20
Regular Rootballed 10-12 SS --- £67.15 £ 2
Regular Rootballed 20-25 SM --- £198.00 £ 4
Regular RB Co Co Wrap 20-25 SM --- £338.40 £ 2
Multistem 40 litre 200-250 cm --- £178.20 £ 3
Multistem 45 litre 175-200 cm --- £122.50 £ 2