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The graceful elegance of the birch allows it to be used as a specimen or for naturalizing, and is best used in large areas. It transplants
easily and is most effective when planted in groupings. A multi-trunk specimen is more handsome than single-trunk trees. It should not
be planted in high-use areas such as driveways, walks and patios, as dead branches tend to be messy. Periodic pruning is required to
remove these branches; this can be done at any time of year. Pruning healthy trees should be done when the tree is dormant (late
summer to before midwinter), as this tree bleeds heavily.

Outstanding Qualities
HERITAGE birch was selected for its incredible peeling bark. The bark has more white, cream and pale salmon tones that the typical
river birch and is a beautiful substitute for the more insect and disease prone European white birch. It is a fast grower with a large,
pyramidal, upright habit and looks great when grown in groups.
Planting Instructions
Heritage® River Birch
4 to 5 feet 1 tree @ $78.95
buy 2 or more @ $51.50 ea.
3 trees per clump
Heritage® River Birch
6 to 7 feet 1 tree @ $92.95
buy 2 or more @ $66.00 ea.
3 trees per clump
If you wish to order and live in one of the western states listed below
AZ - CA - CO - ID - MT - NM - WA - OR - NV - WY - UT
Ours are grown in containers. When
bareroot trees are dug up, most of the
roots are left in the ground. Make your
efort pay off, you will have better luck
with container grown trees.

At Thuja Gardens you get 3 trees in each
container for the price of one.  Our
Birch ships in containers with clumps of 3
trees in each container! Keep this in
mind when compairing prices!
Thuja Gardens
Heritage River Birch
This vigorous grower has exfoliating bark that is lighter
than most River Birch, ranging from tan to creamy white
to parchment white.