Youngii's warty birch’

Youngii's warty birch’
(Betula pendula Youngii)
Description:

Umbrella-crowned tree. Branches bent downwards, thin twigs hanging from the boughs. Bare leaves,3-7 cm long, ovaryomboid, serrated, dark green on the top and lighter on the underside, in autumn, turning golden yellow. It blooms in April-May. If low vaccinated requires upward guidance at the stake, often grows one-sided. Low soil requirements. Resistant to drought and air pollution. Used in estate greenery, home gardens and parks, as single copies.