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Native to one of the coldest parts of Alaska, this birch tree can be grown in very exposed positions and has no fear of cold weather and harsh temperatures. It is a columnar tree which grows to a good height for a medium-sized garden without taking up too much space. In the late spring it produces mid-green leaves and small green catkins, but it's the bright white bark of this tree which is its main attraction. Its bare stems and papery bark make it a particular focal point for a garden in winter.
Species: papyrifera var. kenaica
Plant type: Deciduous tree
Skill level: Experienced
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