Yellow Birch

Betula alleghaniensis

Grows well over a range of soil pH from acid to alkaline. Soil Preference: Acid soil, Moist, well-drained soil. Light Exposure: Full sun, Partial sun/shade

Yellow Birch

It is a medium-sized, typically single stemmed, deciduous tree reaching 60–80 feet (18–24 m) tall (exceptionally to 100 ft (30 m)) with a trunk typically 2–3 ft (0.61–0.91 m) in diameter, making it the largest North American species of birch. Yellow birch is long-lived, typically 150 years and some old growth forest specimens may last for 300 years. Yellow birch saplings will not establish in full shade (under a closed canopy) so they typically need disturbances in a forest in order to establish and grow. The tree is fairly deep-rooted and sends out several long lateral roots.

1 gal

100 cm