Whitespire Birch

When browsing a decorating magazine or viewing a picture of a majestic fireplace, you have possibly seen a well-stacked group of bold white logs with lovely grey crevasses in them. Or your neighbor has this great-looking 3 or 4 stemmed white-barked tree with crisp, clean leaves fluttering in the breeze? Maybe you have been traveling and caught a glimpse of one or two of the stunning white picturesque trees along the side of the sticking out of a normal-looking grove of trees?

Well, it is the Whitespire Birch you have been staring at and admiring. Many people love them, and many people have them. You may be one of them. It is just a fine example of an accent tree that makes you feel good.

These tall, stately trees will not exfoliate or peel their bark and create a stunning focal point in the daylight as well as in the night. Gardeners across the country love to plant and display these wonderful trees. They use this sophisticated choice for both backyard and front yard landscaping ornaments. This is a tree that you just cannot make a mistake with. You may choose a multi-stemmed clump or single trunk tree, either is stunning. Its bright green leaves and dangling catkins provide summer interest and a decent amount of shade that plants could still be planted in as the shade is not overwhelming.

Whitespire Birch will turn a bright yellow in autumn and in winter the show really picks up as the whitebark stand out even on the snowiest of days. Get your today and enjoy.

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