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How good is Monarch birch for American landscapes?

How good is Monarch birch for American landscapes?

American Nurseryman 157(3): 79

In a field trial with Betula maximowicziana seedlings from several sources, grown in poor soil and with minimal cultivation, tree survival rate after 7 years was only 28%, and the 3 best trees were only 12 ft tall.

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