White Birch Trees develops a smooth white bark that curls and peels (once mature) and provides a bright yellow fall color to the landscape.
Features include simple leaves that are 2–4" long, borne on leaf stems about 1" in length and medium green in color. Margins are double-toothed and leaves are arranged alternately.
Produces brown or green catkins in April and May.
Grows in an oval shape.
Yields very small seeds that are smooth and oval or elliptical in shape, nestled between two wings.