Betula (Birch) is a genus of deciduous trees or shrubs with characteristically silver barks and pendent branches. They feature green leaves that turn yellow in autumn.
Latin name: Betula pendula "Laciniata"
They grow in full sun, in moist but well-drained soils.
Plant alone or in rows.
Propagate typical species by seeds and cultivars by grafting.
Species with white bark, marked with brownish-green fissures.