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Height: 30-40 feet; 25-35-foot spread

Light: Full sun to part shade

Soil: Medium to damp

Foliage: Yellow fall

River Birch Dura Heat

7 Gallons
  • River Birch is one of the Audubon Society's top trees for birds and also a National Wildlife Federation Keystone Species because it feeds more than 200 species of butterfly and moth larvae.

    Dura Heat is a smaller cultivar, topping out at about 30 feet.  It has exfoliating bark revealing an almost white interior, similar to paper birch, and it is more drought tolerant than the regular birch.

    Birch trees have beautiful canopies and charming yellow fall leaves.

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