Whitespire Birch

The Whitespire Birch, Betula populifolia Whitespire

Mature Height
30 to 40 feet
Mature Spread
20 to 25 feet
Soil Type
Widely Adaptable
Moisture
Widely Adaptable
Mature Form
Pyramidal
Growth Rate
Fast
Sun Exposure
Full Sun
Flower Color
N/A
Fall Color
Yellow
Foliage Color
Green
Zones
3-7

Whitespire Birch

Price: 44.95

The Whitespire Birch, Betula populifolia ‘Whitespire’, is an Ed Hasselkus from the University of Wisconsin-Madison introduction with chalk-white bark that does not exfoliate. It is a deciduous tree with a strong central leader and has a distinctive and refined pyramidal form.

It is considered more heat tolerant than other white-barked birches; therefore, it is often recommended for planting further south than most other white-barked birch trees. It is tolerant of most soil conditions and considered to be resistant to bronze birch borer. 'Whitespire' has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 4 feet from the ground, and isn't suitable for planting under power lines.

It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions, can be expected to live for approximately 40 years. 'Whitespire' Birch has a higher disease resistance than most other birches which makes this a preferred variety for home landscape use!

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