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silver birch

a betulaceous tree, Betula pendula, of N temperate regions of the Old World, having silvery-white peeling bark
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Originally built in 1906 to 1911 as a resort lodge, Silver Birches has also operated as a girls' camp, and summer rental.
She will tackle the renovations in stages, and plans to open Silver Birches in 2014:
The former, painting the poplars which lined the meandering streams, achieved a peculiarly mysterious effect as the trees loomed out of the mist, while in works like his Birches on the moor Holzel reduced the silver birches to a haze of foliage and glinting white trunks.
8) (by this date he quite often worked in watercolour or pastel), a small group of silver birches forms the entire subject matter of the picture.
Silver Birches, Ty-Gwyn Avenue, Penylan, Cardiff is on the market for pounds 725,000.
I wanted to tell him how much I love the green park and how much I want to save the Silver Birches.
Matthew lives in a tree in the Silver Birches section.
ad taofiha Th h d Silver Birches sits on the edge of the town and comprises a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom family homes.
Prices at Silver Birches start from pounds 185,995 for a two-bedroom terraced home; pounds 215,995 for a threebedroom detached house; and pounds 265,995 for a four-bedroom detached villa.