Problems With Betula Pendula?

Answer European White Birches (Betula pendula) gros 40 to 50 feet tall and 15 to 25 feet wide in a pyramidal or upright oval shape. It is hardy in Zones 2 to 6 and prefers moist well-drained sandy loam. B... Read More »

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Prunus Subhirtella Pendula Rosea?

Prunus subhirtella "Pendula Plena Rosea" is a variety of Prunus subhirtella "Pendula," also called the weeping Higan cherry tree. This ornamental tree, which is a member of the rose family, is popu... Read More »

How to Prune Betula?

Betula, also known as birch, is a genus of trees often used in landscaping. Birch trees are known for their aesthetically pleasing white bark. If cared for properly, a birch tree can live 40 to 50... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between Betula & Birkenstock?

Birkenstock and Betula are two brands commonly associated with comfort footwear. While the appearance of the shoes in these German brands is similar, they differ concerning quality and especially p... Read More »

How common is betula alba?

Betula alba, regularly called the European birch or white birch, is indigenous throughout Europe and in northern Asia. It is very common in the northern climates. European birch has been introduc... Read More »