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Betula Jacquemontii....garden path.


Betula Jacquemontii....garden path. (Betula utilis Jacquemontii Multistem.)



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Gosh, so white already! I have three 'Silver Shadow' in my garden, but they were planted at 3 feet tall and although they are definitely growing well, I think it will be a couple of years yet before I start to see any white on them. Patience.......;)

1 Dec, 2014

 

Karen this was a 6 ft muti stemmed planting, they are slow, I shall be pleased when they thicken out a bit, patience as you say, the Silver Shadow is a beauty.

1 Dec, 2014

 

That' looks nice :)

1 Dec, 2014

 

Thanks Hywel...

1 Dec, 2014

 

Yes, they were very very expensive and I had to buy three to get the multi-stemmed effect....but I know it will be well worth it in the future. :)

2 Dec, 2014

 

I'm going tree hunting! We have the paper birch growing in groves in the woods. Hope to find some seedlings to transplant next spring. Have avoided them because they're prone to a fungus which requires the use of Cygon...and I don't use chemicals. I'm hoping the wild ones from hill country aren't susceptible! ;-)
the himalayans look beautiful. with your good care they will thrive! congrats.

2 Dec, 2014

 

Your garden is still so tidy DD!!!!!!

2 Dec, 2014

 

Meanie you are only seeing the tidy areas lol? thanks Lori I would love the space to have a grove of them, I bet they look wonderful..
Karen they seem to have enjoyed the wet!!

3 Dec, 2014

amy
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I love the white trunks they make a statement " look at me " they look amazing with a light shining on them at night time ...

3 Dec, 2014

 

That's true Amy, we could do with some garden lighting..

4 Dec, 2014



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