Year-round, organic, locally grown seasonal produce and fresh lamb.

310 Commerical Street

Rockport, ME 04856

207-877-5874

Local pickup / delivery only.

Paper Birch

Paper Birch

Betula papyrifera

Known for its white, exfoliating bark, the paper birch (or canoe birch) is native to Canada and the Northern United States. The bark exfoliates in papery strips to reveal a brownish-orange color beneath. Paper birches perform best in cooler, northern climates and do not tolerate heat and humidity well.

  • »  White, exfoliating bark
  • »  Very winter hardy
  • »  Oval form
  • »  Gold fall color
Plant Height: 50-70 feet
Plant Spread: 25-50 feet

NOTE:  We do not ship plants.
Local Pickup/Delivery only.