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Paper Birch

Marvelous and striking, this unmistakable tree produces white, paper-thin bark and green leaves that provide sustenance for local deer.

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About the Paper Birch
  • Used historically by Native Americans to make canoes, buckets and baskets
  • Sun-loving species
  • Can be tapped in the spring for its sap, which is made into beer, syrup, wine or vinegar
  • Mature trees are known for their beautiful white bark that can be peeled from the trunk in thin, paper-like sheets
  • Displays a stunning array of golden leaves in the fall
Available packages
  • Legacy, Monument
  • Options vary by memorial tree size, spreading rights and reforestation saplings, with prices ranging from $7,900 to $11,900
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