Variety of Betula Pendula, reproduced by grafting, its general shape depends on the point where the grafting is made. If grafting is done at the base, the trunk – if correctly staked at the nursery – will grow to 6-7m with weeping branches along the whole length which almost adhere to it. When the top of the tree no longer has a stake it bends and droops down to the ground. If grafting is done at the top it forms a rather irregular crown with branches which overlap each other in an arch with the tips bending towards the ground, often touching it.
Greyish-brown bark in the first 2-3 years which become chalk white and flakes off in very thin stripes. Oval, acuminate leaves, 3-6 cm long, pale green, beautiful yellow in autumn. Flowers: in March-April in brownish-yellow hanging catkins.
Latin Name: Betula Pendula ‘Youngii’
English Name: Young Weeping Birch
Foliage Type: Deciduous.
Foliage: Pale Green.
Flower: Brownish-Yellow Hanging Catkins.
Flowering Period: March-April.
Suggested Location: Outdoor.
Suggested Soil Type: Well-Drained. Chalk. Clay. Loam. Sand.
Suggested Exposure to Sunlight: Full Sunlight or Partial Shade.
Suggested Exposure to Weather: Sheltered or Exposed.
Hardiness Rating: High (H7)
Lowest Temperature Tolerance: < -20 °C (< -4 °F)
Suggested Uses: Small gardens. Planting on its own.
Maintenance: Pruning group 1 is recommended for this plant.
Growth Habit: Pendulous/Weeping.
Growth Speed: Medium.
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