Regarded as a a very attractive specimen tree, Betula pendula ‘Dalecarlica’ has a more defined or deeply lobed cut leaf look to the foliage giving it a lighter feathery look than some other Betula (Birch) varieties..
A naturally upright growth habit with gently weeping branches and of course the very attractive bark.
Betula pendula ‘Dalecarlica’ landscaping Uses
Best suited to medium to larger gardens and parks this is not a three that requires any pruning and will naturally form an attractive shape in the right position.
This is all a tree that looks great planted in groups of 3 or more and in larger landscaping projects it can be used in a small copse of tree to good effect.
- Botanical Name – Betula pendula ‘Dalecarlica’
- Common Name – Cut leaf Birch
- Position – Full sun
- Soil – Tolerates poor to dry soil
- Foliage – Large glossy mid to deep green, – deciduous
- Height – Around 12 metres depending on conditions
- Spread – A crown of aroundn 5 metre across.
- Growth Rate – Medium
- Flowers – White.
Eucalyptus viminalis subsp. pryoriana is available for sale from the following wholesale nurseries.
1750 Westernport Rd Heath Hill VIC 3981
Australias largest grower of semi advanced native and deciduous trees. .9 - 2.6mts high. Supplying councils, developers and landscapers. Includes Acacia implexa, acacia melanoxlylon.
111 Stanhope Road Theresa Park NSW 2570
Offering a variety of sun hardy Australian natives and exotic trees, shrubs, groundcover's and perennials from semi advanced through to super advanced and semi-mature stock.