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Betula pendula Youngii

Young's Weeping Birch

A true weeping birch with a dome-shaped head and slender, pendulous branches. Exfoliating, white bark is a contrast to the dark green foliage.

  • »  Small to medium growing with erratic pendulous branching
  • »  Oval serrated leaves are dark green in the summer, bright yellow in the fall
  • »  Extremely bright white smooth bark on the trunk and older branches
  • »  A unique birch with its irregular branching

15gal
$264.00
  • Category:Trees
  • Hardiness Zone:2
  • Height:5-7 m
  • Spread:5-6 m
  • Bloom Color: Green
Exposure
Full Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Birds
Growth Rate
Medium
Attributes
Deciduous
Fall Color
Flowering Time
Spring
Habit
Weeping
Foliage Color
Green
Yellow
Landscape uses
Specimen
Planting instructions
Container Plants
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Betula pendula 'Youngii'

With its showy white bark and erratically growing pendulous branching, this plant makes an excellent specimen in any landscape. Selective pruning of the branches can open up the crown to reveal some of the older limb structure, adding to the visual appeal of this birch.