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      Betula alleghaniensis (Betula lutea)
    Yellow Birch
       Deciduous Tree
HEIGHT:60 - 75 feet
SPREAD:50 - 60 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Rounded form; dull green leaves with yellow fall color; winter interest due to branching habit and Rounded form; dull green leaves with yellow fall color; winter interest due to branching habit and yellowish bronze paper bark on young trees becoming reddish brown with age; prefers cool moist soils; used for furniture making. prefers cool moist soils; used for furniture making.
LIMITATIONS:Subject to pathogens, insects; does not have white peeling bark.
HARDINESS:SE, SC (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Northern North America, Asia
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