Product Description

Betula pendula (Birch Tree)

Light is a tree, light is too high. It grows well in damp places. Betula pendula is a tree with dangling legs hanging down and a very noticeable body shell. The body shell is white and has brown transverse lines on it, the body is very decorative. The leaves are like poplar trees. The branches are very thin and long, so they hang downwards. Yellowish reddish pleasant color before falling leaves in the autumn. One recommendation: the north crop of your auberge garden will be even more beautiful if illuminated directly by the sun.