Betula medwediewii is a rare species from the Caucasus, where it is found in the western Transcaucasus and in nother-east Turkey. It is a multi-stemmed, spreading shrub with metallic bark and large, ovate, dark green leaves. The male catkins are long and prominent, but the female ones are inconspicuous.
Uncommon multi-stemmed shrub birch from the Caucasus.
||1 litre pot|
||full sun or dappled shade|
||fertile, well drained soil|