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Betula nigra Heritage® ('Cully')
Heritage® River Birch

The bark on the branches and trunks of River Birch begins to fissure when it is about one inch in diameter, and then exfoliates (peels) with increasing diameter up to about eight inches; here, the cinnamon-white bicolor is prominent on the young bark of the superior cultivar 'Heritage'.


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