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River Birch Trees are available in 2 sizes:
Note: tree in picture shows a clumped birch created by planting several birch trees together as young plantsOrders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
River Birch Trees are considered a fast growing tree with a graceful shape that can be seen anywhere from estate landscapes to planted on river banks. River birch transplants easy at any age and is truly one of those plant it and forget about it trees. Although the River Birch Tree lacks the white peeling bark that is associated with birch trees, this birch variety distinguishes itself by its reddish, brown to bronze bark peeling off in papery curls.
Whether you have a large property with a river running through it, or a small property to use the River Birch as an anchor tree, you will love the look and feel of this one.
You can plant 2 or 3 of the trees together to form a clump, or just as a strong single stemmed tree. Very attractive in the landscape!
Fast growing tree to a height of 40 to 60 foot.
Plant Survival Packs are the best assurance that newly planted trees will live and thrive. But the Survival Pack does much more than just increase survivability. It also enables trees to grow faster and stronger.
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