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The Prairie Dream® Paper Birch Betula papyrifera Varen (PP15 768) is a beautiful stress-tolerant selection from North Dakota. The snow white bark exfoliates with age adding a great deal of winter interest. It displays an attractive bright golden-yellow autumn color. It is resistant to bronze birch borer. Prairie Dream has a semi-pyramidal to upright-oval growth habit becoming broadly-oval with age. This deciduous birch is easily grown in average medium well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. This easy to grow tree will add color and interest to any yard. This is a clump version of the tree..
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Paper Birch Trees

Paper Birch Trees

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The Paper Birch tree Betula papyrifera is also known as a Paper Birch White Birch Canoe Birch. Paper Birch trees are the most widely distributed (east to west) of all North American birches. The graceful form and attractive white bark of paper birch make it a prized species for ornamental planting and landscaping around homes and public buildings. On young trees trunk bark is reddish-brown but turns to its characteristic white colour as the tree matures. The trunk generally divides into several arching branches. This deciduous tree tolerates alkaline soils well. Paper birch are fast growing trees.

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Red Prairie Spy Fruit Trees

Red Prairie Spy Fruit Trees

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The Red Prairie Spy Apple Malus Red Prairie Spy is a red selection of Prairie Spy that has better fruit adherence on the tree at maturity. This tart apple is best for baking very good for pies and great for fresh eating. Red Prairie Spy is a long-term storage apple and very productive. It displays white flowers in the spring with deep green foilage. It needs another apple variety for pollination. The Red Prairie Spy was introduced by the University of Minnesota 1940. Plant about a month after the first killing frost in the fall or about a month before the last killing frost in the spring. Select a planting site that has good air drainage full sunlight and deep well drained soil.

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Prairie Gold Aspen Trees

Prairie Gold Aspen Trees

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The Prairie Gold Quaking Aspen Populus tremuloides Prairie Gold is a fast-growing tree that grows in everything from moist sandy soil to shallow rocky soils and clay. It has attractive cream-colored bark beautiful silvery catkins in early spring and lustrous dark green leaves that flutter in the slightest breeze finally turning yellow in fall. This selection was discovered growing near a northeast Nebraska creek by the late dedicated plants man Allen Wilke where it had survived and thrived for years. Prairie Gold has performed well in the landscape and seems to thrive in the heat and high humidity of eastern Nebraska. This selection does not seem to be affected by the host of diseases that usually plague this species. It should perform well in other parts of the Great Plains and the front range of the Rockies as well.. Grows to 35-40 high and 20-30 wide.

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Prairie Cascade Willow Trees

Prairie Cascade Willow Trees

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The Prairie Cascade Willow Salix pentaphyllum Prairie Cascade is a fast growing trademarked hybrid willow from Morden Research Station in Manitoba. The Prairie Cascade is a hardy tree with glossy green foliage and a weeping habit. The stems are golden and of interest in the winters. It grows as a multi-stemmed plant. Its smaller size makes it a good choice for smaller yards. The average growth is about 3 ft. per year. They hold their leaves late into the fall and require very little maintenance. Well suited for moist areas and will grow in almost any type of soil. This tree is a hybrid combining the form of the Weeping Willow with the glossy foliage of the Laurel Willow.

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Prairie Horizon« Alder Trees

Prairie Horizon« Alder Trees

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The Prairie Horizon® Alder Alnus hirsuta Harbin is an attractive rapid growing tree for dry difficult sites. Decorative purple catkins in spring are followed by tiny pine cones in the fall and are favored by birds. The bark is gray and beech-like. Its purple catkins and clusters of brown cone-like strobiles add interest to the tree during winter. Prairie Horizon is easily grown in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Once established this plant is drought tolerant so it will do well in difficult and dry areas. It is an ideal specimen tree for drier locations and mulching is recommended. Selected by the NDSU breeding program.

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Heritage« Birch Trees

Heritage« Birch Trees

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The Heritage River Birch tree Betula nigra Heritage is the most prominent of all the cultivars of River Birch trees. It is faster growing has larger glossier leaves and is less prone to leaf spot than the other species. The bark exfoliates on younger trees and opens to a lighter salmon-colored trunk. One of the most appealing features of the Heritage® Birch is the bark which on larger young branches and stems is reddish to pinkish brown and peels off in papery strips. The exposed inner bark is gray-brown to cinnamon-brown to reddish brown. The bark of this deciduous tree when mature is ridged and deepens to dark brown. This tree is handsome without leaves because of its graceful silhouette and exfoliating bark.

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River Birch Trees

River Birch Trees

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The River Birch tree Betula Nigra is a very handsome tree for estates parks golf courses and any other large areas. It displays a light reddish brown cinnamon bark that peels and flakes to give that beautiful look that the birch family is noted for. Plant as a specimen or as a windbreak plant 20 apart in the row. It is excellent in wet soil. The River Birch has dark green summer foliage and turns a golden yellow in the fall. Best adapted to moist acid soils but will survive dry soils. Not bothered by the bronze birch borer. Native graceful branching easy to transplant; best not to prune in spring - sap bleeds and is heat tolerant. This deciduous tree can withstand extended periods of flooding. The River Birch trees are beautiful in the summer and winter are widely adaptable and heat tolerant.

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Birch Whitespire Trees

Birch  Whitespire Trees

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The Whitespire Birch Betula populifolia GÇ˙WhitespireGÇÖ is an Ed Hasselkus from the University of Wisconsin-Madison introduction with chalk-white bark that does not exfoliate. It is a deciduous tree with a strong central leader and has a distinctive a

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