Himalayan birch trees are not demanding and are very adaptable to all soils, requires minimal water.


Himalayan birch need sun light and won’t like being positioned in shade.

Annual Growth Rate

Himalayan birch are slow growing trees, usually between 20-30cm per annum.


Himalayan birch can tolerate pH levels from moderately acidic to neutral

Root Structure

Roots: Intense, shallow dense and extremely sensitive to soil compaction. Lifts paving.


Himalayan birch require light, they are very frost hardy with average wind resistance

Annual Pruning

Himalayan birch will only require pruning to remove any dead or damaged branches


Himalayan birch trees are highly prized for their design potential by amateur and professional gardeners alike.

Birch trees are well known for their coloured bark and prized for their design potential by amateur and professional gardeners alike. The Himalayan birch is a slow-growing medium sized deciduous tree.
It has pure white peeling bark.

It is adaptable to all soil types, is sun loving and will not like shade.

The foliage of Himalayan birch is deciduous, heart-shaped, pale dark-green appear in May. They turn a lovely golden-yellow in autumn. Yellow catkins appear in April before leaves shoot.

Himalayan birch trees can reach a mature height of 10 – 15 metres

Price & Availability


Spring - Summer

Mature Tree


60-65cm girth 6.5m tall

70-75cm girth 7m tall

80-85cm girth 8m tall

90-100cm girth 10m tall

100+cm girth

Semi-Mature Tree


18-20cm girth 4m tall

25-30cm girth 4.5m tall

35-40cm girth 5m tall

45-50cm girth 5m tall

55-60cm girth 5.5m tall

Young Tree


10-12cm girth 2m tall

14-16cm girth 2.2m tall

16-18cm girth 2.5m tall

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