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River Birch Trees

Sale price$89.99

Size 1-2'
Qauntity 25 Trees

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Based on 8 reviews
One of my favorite trees for Georgia!

Great purchase from TN Nursery! The tree looks healthy and strong. I can't wait to add it to my tree allee that I am creating. Wonderful Alle tree species.

George Scott
River Birch tree

A good accent in front lawns. I have one of this in my garden and I accented this below with colorful perennial shrubs.

Connie green
Good quality fast shipping

I love living in wet places mine thrives near my creek

Rhonda Watts
River Birch Tree

This is a wonderful addition to our yard.

Irene Layman
River Birch Tree

This is a wonderful addition to my lawn. Looks great where I planted it.

River Birch, also known as red type, black type, or water type, is native to the Southeastern United States. Their leaves are diamond-shaped and double-toothed, turning fat in the fall.

River Birch Tree Has Stunning Gray Bark

Early on, these have silvery gray bark that changes to pink, reddish-brown, or black when the plant matures. Flowers bloom in the spring and winter, and small brown cones appear in the summer. They can grow several trunks.

Hummingbirds Love The River Birch Tree 

Its durability makes it easy to create various things, such as flatware, artificial limbs, and toys. It is also a food source for wildlife, such as birds and rodents (who eat its seeds). Deer eat its twigs and foliage, and hummingbirds drink its sap.

The River Birch Tree Loves Swampy Areas

These grow in wet environments, hence the name. They're usually found along river and stream banks, meaning they need moist soil. Though they can tolerate drier soil, they do better when damp. Most people with water on their properties surround it with these.

River Birch Tree Is A Amazing Tree For Shade

They are also suitable for producing shade. River birch trees can be planted as saplings or grown directly from the seed. They are known for their papery and peeling bark. These only require a little care once planted. They can also produce a fruit called "samara," producing about 1 million annual seeds.