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      Betula pubescens
    Downy Birch
       Deciduous Tree
HEIGHT:40 - 50 feet
SPREAD:35 - 45 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Narrow graceful habit; yellow fall color; grayish-white bark with dark lenticels; closely related to, and often confused with, Betula pendula; differences are finely serrated leaves, more upright branching habit, and downy shoots; does well on poorly drained soils including peat and clay.
LIMITATIONS:Susceptible to pests.
ORIGIN:Northern Europe, Northern Asia
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The information for this Deciduous Tree (152) was last updated on: 2010-09-08 22:29:23
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