Paper Birch TreeBetula papyrifera
Beauty and romance may be the first images many people associate with the gleaming white paper birch. But this symbol of the North Country — and state tree of New Hampshire — has earned its place in history as a continuously useful tree. Today it is one of the best-loved trees of the New England landscape, planted often for the beauty of its distinctive bark and fall color.
- Provides brilliant yellow fall color
- Develops a smooth, white bark that curls and peels (once mature)
- Is highly deer-resistant
- Will be delivered at a height of 3'–4'