Betula pendula Dalecarlica

Swedish Swedish Birch

Very good for parks and woodland but not suitable for areas where soil becomes compacted or where there is too much reflected heat and light.

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A most elegant tree and perfect for specimen planting.

For those of you that went to Writtle Agricultural College you will remember the splendid short avenue of them leading to the refectory block......

Some call this clone ‘Laciniata’ or ‘Crispa’ but don’t worry about it as the differences are too slight to cause a dilemma.

It was found in Sweden in the 1760s is a medium to large tree of slender form with a broadly columnar habit.


Mature height: 12-17m

Mature spread: 5-9m

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Swedish Swedish Birch
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