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Betula delavayi subsp. potaninii

Betula delavayi subsp. potaninii
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Cono ancho/pirámide ancha 2o tamaño: entre 6  y 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: circa 3 m, grafted on a stem: 7 - 8 m
Corona: wide pyramidal
Corteza y ramas: bark dark grey, rough, twigs brown hairy
Hoja: oval, very many veins, green, 2 - 4 cm
Flores: catkins, yellow green
Frutos: fruit catkins, circa 2 cm long and 1 cm thick, pendent
Aplicación: park, large garden
Tipo de suelo: can be used in rocky soil
Resistencia al viento: good
Procedencia: West China
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5a
Sinónimo: B. potaninii

In the wild this tree grows, at a height of up to 3000 m, in rocky mountain soils in West China. There it is a wide shrub and low spreading. In cultivation it is grown as a standard tree with a wide pyramidal crown and a height of circa 7 - 8 m. The bark and twigs are dark grey. Young twigs are brown with soft hairs. The leaf is oval and has many, 10 to 20, vein pairs, this is an important feature of this tree. The inflorescence and the fruit set strongly resemble that of B. utilis subsp. jaquemontii. The tree roots shallow and takes root easily in rocky soil. Very useful in locations where the soil contains many pebbles or stones. It is a rather unknown plant which is also relatively rare in cultivation.

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