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Betula megrelica

Betula megrelica is a rare species from the Caucasus, where it is known only on Mount Migaria and Mount Jvari in north-western Georgia. It is closely related to Betula medwediewii, from the same region, but it has been shown that it is decaploid rather than dodecaploid. It is a small, spreading, multi-stemmed shrub, with brown young shoots ageing to grey, and the leaves are quite large, about 5 x 3 cm.

Extremely rare shrub birch from two mountains in the Caucasus.

PLANT SPECIFICS
Quantity 2 litre pot
Width 200cm
Height 3m
Family Betulaceae
Flowering Spring
Habitat detail full sun or dappled shade
Garden habitat Open sunny
Soil fertile, well drained soil
Plant category Shrub
Height range >2 m

Code

BMH-2
2 litre pot
Betula megrelica
Betula megrelica
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