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Himalayan Birch -
Betula utilis (latin)
Himalayan Birch - Betula utilis

Author: Line1

Geographic Origins: Himalaya, India, Nepal, China.

Adult size: Height up to 20 meters, width up to 10 meters.

Foliage: Deciduous.

Type of soil: Moist and light, neutral to acidic.

Hardiness: Hardy to -20°C.

Site: Partial shade to full sun.

Himalayan Birch - Betula utilis Himalayan Birch - Betula utilis

Author: Jean-Pol GRANDMONT

Author: Sten Porse

Characteristics and uses: This beautiful birch is magnificent whatever the time of year. In winter, its bark will peel off in long strips of brown, copper, rose or white. Its leaves are shiny green in summer becoming golden yellow in autumn before falling off.

It can be grown alone, in the middle of a border or amongst a group of birches of the same species or different species.

The Himalayan birch is also the perfect candidate for use as a screening plant, some people would also like it as a hedge because of its fine and graceful characteristics, that give privacy without being overbearing.

See also:
Silver Birch (Betula pendula), extremely beautiful bark, white with dark scars
Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera), white bark, smooth and silky, pretty golden yellow foliage colour in the autumn

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