Botanical Name: Betula nigra
Mature Size: 40-60 feet tall and wide
Native Area: Eastern United States
- Fall color
- Attractive to birds & pollinators
- Clay tolerant
- Compacted soil tolerant
- Verticillium Wilt resistant
- Juglone tolerant
The River Birch is a fast-growing medium-sized tree that naturally grows in wet conditions, such as swamps, floodplains, and riverbanks.
Easily grown in medium to wet soil with full sun to partial shade. Avoid pruning in spring.