Silver Birch is distinguishable by its heart-shaped, attractive green coloured leaves which hang from arched branches.A fast-growing tree with pretty white, peeling bark which over time becomes whiter, with black cracks in it. Spring heralds the arrival of appealing, yellow-brown fluffy catkins.
Autumn sees the folaige turning a delicate yellow before shedding. It has a slender, conical-type shape, and grows in almost every kind of soil and situation.Typically, Silver Birch is planted in groups.
This number of trees is ideal for creating a wildlife habitat and a meaningful source of food and shelter. Spacing may vary between 1m and 5m