Betula cylindrostachya

A rare Himalayan birch making a vigorous small tree with large, glossy foliage on stout shoots covered in soft yellow hairs, the bark shiny greyish-black. The catkins in spring are long and showy, up to 14cm. For a sheltered position in milder areas where it makes a fast growing reliable tree. Fine specimens can be seen in both Cornwall and on the Wirral.

Pot size: 10L
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