Betula raddeana

Small tree or large shrub with chestnut to pinkish grey bark.
Product code: BRP-2
Betula raddeana comes from the Caucasus, where its habitat is seriously degraded. It has pinkish grey bark, which peels to reveal a lovely, strong, chestnut colour - most attractive. Young shoots are clothed with velvety down - a distinctive feature.
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