The Stunning Betula Albosinensis Fascination

The Stunning Betula Albosinensis Fascination

Betula Albosinensis Fascination.  aka Chinese Red Birch

The Chinese red birch tree, scientifically known as Betula Albosinensis.

This is a new addition to Charella stock list as we were impressed by the stunning bark, a contrast to the Jacquemontii.

It is a captivating and distinctive tree native to China.

It is renowned for its stunning and vibrant reddish-brown bark, which peels in horizontal strips, revealing lighter shades of orange or pink underneath.

This unique characteristic sets it apart from other birch tree species and adds a touch of warmth and elegance to any landscape.

In addition to its striking bark, the stunning Betula Albosinensis Fascination also features delicate and serrated green leaves that turn yellow in the autumn.

The foliage creates a beautiful contrast against the reddish-brown bark.

During spring, it produces inconspicuous flowers that give way to small, winged seeds known as samaras.

The Betula Albosinensis Fascination is typically medium-sized, reaching heights of approximately 10 metres.

It thrives in well-drained soil and prefers full sun to partial shade conditions.

This tree is known for its adaptability and can tolerate a variety of soil types, including clay and loam.

The Chinese red birch tree is a visually striking and ornamental tree that can enhance the aesthetic appeal of any garden or landscape.

Its unique bark colour and peeling characteristics, combined with its graceful leaves and adaptability, make it a desirable choice for those seeking a tree with both beauty and resilience.

Pruning The Stunning Betula Albosinensis Fascination

Established trees do not require regular pruning.

  • Remove laterals at the base of a young tree to produce a clear trunk of 2m
  • Remove diseased or damaged wood
  • Hard pruning is not recommended for birches
  • If in an exposed area add tree straps

Pests and Diseases affecting Betula Albosinensis Fascination

Although Betula Albosinensis Fascination are low maintenance, pests connected to Betula are:

Betula can also be affected by:

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