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'Betula' Quickscape Minis Paper Birch Tree

'Betula' Quickscape Minis Paper Birch Tree

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$30.00
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Botanical Name Betula papyrifera
Mature Height 40 Feet
Mature Width 20 Feet
Light Requirement Full Sun to Partial Sun 
Hardiness Zone Zones 2-9
Tolerance Deer, Rabbits, Drought 
Attracts N/A

 



Our QuickScape Minis Tree line offers highly cost-effective tree solutions suitable for a diverse range of landscape applications! With rapid growth rates, easy planting, and convenient shipping, our QuickScape Minis line of trees are guaranteed to fast-track your landscaping projects! Let these mini but mighty landscape champions establish rapid roots in your tree planting projects! Limited Quantities Available.

ℹ The paper birch (Betula papyrifera) is highly esteemed for its diverse positive attributes. Its distinctive bark, smooth, paper-like, and creamy-white, peels off in thin layers, providing year-round visual interest and standing out against winter's snowy backdrop. This tree's aesthetic appeal is further enhanced by the contrast between its white bark and dark green foliage, making it a striking choice for ornamental planting. Beyond its beauty, paper birches support wildlife habitats, attracting birds like chickadees and woodpeckers for seeds and insects, while small mammals find shelter and food among its branches. Adaptability is another strength, thriving in various soils from moist to well-drained, including clay and sandy compositions. With a moderate to fast growth rate, they're ideal for quick landscape establishment and erosion control, their extensive root systems stabilizing soil and promoting environmental health. In autumn, the foliage turns a brilliant yellow, complementing the white bark and adding seasonal color to landscapes. Long-lived and culturally significant, paper birches have historical uses in indigenous crafts and continue to provide lasting beauty and ecological benefits in contemporary landscapes.