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      Betula papyrifera var. neoalaskana
    Alaska Paper Birch ( Canoe Birch, White Birch )
       Deciduous Tree
    
HEIGHT:20 - 80 feet
SPREAD:15 - 30 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Single stemmed or multi-stemmed; white peeling bark; golden-yellow fall color; year around ornamental interest; graceful habit; prefers moist, well-drained acidic soil; tolerates a wide range of sandy loamy soils; used for syrup making.
LIMITATIONS:Subject to pathogens and insects, especially aphids; but permanent damage is rare. Black mold grows on aphid honeydew and can coat everything below trees during high aphid years.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE, W (Zone 2)
ORIGIN:Alaska, Canada
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