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Betula papyrifera

Paper birch, Canoe birch, White birch

Papier-Birke - Bouleau à papier, Bouleau à canots - Papierberk

Betula papyrifera Betula papyrifera
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Rundt/kugleformet 1. størrelse højere end 12 meter Halvåben krone
Højde: 18 - 20 (30) m
Krone: wide, pyramidal to round
Bark og grene: trunk bright white, later peeling in paper-thin plates
Blad: oval to ovoid, mat green, 5 - 12 cm
Blomster: catkins, X 5 - 7 cm, Y 6 - 8 cm, green yellow, April
Frugter: yellow brown fruiting catkins, 3 - 7 cm long
Anvendelse: park tree, wide avenues and streets, solitary
Jordtype: sandy, preferably slightly moist
Vindbestandighed: very good
Oprindelse: northern North America, Canada, Alaska
Vinterhårdhedszone: 3
Synonym: -

Beautiful birch with a loose crown and slightly pendent branches. Originally growing in the northern parts of the United States and in Canada. Here the tree is an important producer of veneers and pulp. In these regions it attains a height of 30 m and therefore it is considered to belong to the highest of the birches. Can grow into a multiple-stemmed tree with wide spreading branches that are slightly pendent. Often has a variable crown. Width circa 12 m. The bark is bright white and peels in paper-thin plates. Under the plates the bark is darker. Twigs are shiny red brown and display many warty lenticels. The leaf is dull green and the underside is a lighter green. The leaf margin is coarsely toothed. Prefers slightly moist soil, dry soil gives much dead wood. Shallow rooting.

Prydværdi stamme Parktræ Allétræ Vejtræ Prydværdi efterårsfarve Tåler ikke hærdning Til kalkrig jord Til sandjord Til tørvejord
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