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Betula pendula subsp. mandshurica

Manchurian birch

Other common names
Japanese white bark
Japanese white birch
see moreYukon white birch
Betula platyphylla 'Mandshurica'
Betula kamtschatica (Regel) C.-A.Jansson
see moreBetula platyphylla var. japonica
Betula mandshurica kamchatcana
Betula platyphylla subsp. platyphylla
Betula mandshurica var. kamtschatica
Betula mandshurica var. japonica
Betula platyphylla subsp. mandshurica
Betula neoalaskana
Betula resinifera Britton
Betula papyrifera var. humilis
Betula platyphylla
Betula platyphylla var. kamtschatica
Betula mandshurica
Betula platyphylla subsp. kamtschatica
Betula japonica
Betula tauschii
Betula papyrifera subsp. humilis
Betula papyrifera var. neoalaskana
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Botanical details
Native to the UK
Potentially harmful


Genus description

Betula can be deciduous trees or shrubs, usually colouring well in autumn and often with striking white, pink, or peeling brown bark; separate male and female catkins open before or with the leaves in spring

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