silver birch

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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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Honey locust (Gleditsia sp.) Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) Cutleaf weeping birch (Betula pendula 'Dalecarlica') Russian olive Elaeagnus angustifolia Silver elm (Ulmus pumila)
I pray we do not ignore bending branches Of weeping birch sweeping low To let its feathered sprays brush sorrow From nuclear hedges of tomorrow.
Natural stone steps lead to another lawn and private terrace set alongside a topiary yew and weeping birch. A former kitchen garden extends to the eastern boundary.
Forbes brings to America for her classes are all hand lathed by a master craftsman back in Russia and made of the wood from the weeping birch tree - the state tree of Russia, symbolic of "lots of war and years of suffering," according to Ms.
'Youngii', the weeping birch, with a white trunk and a wonderful weeping head.
Other trees with a similar graceful drape include cutleaf weeping birch, laceleaf Japanese maple, and weeping cherry.
Contrast the oak with the wispy and dramatic pendulous lines of weeping birch in winter with its abundance of thin, fine-textured branches--a pleasant surprize when leaves are gone (Fig.