The wind blows the fine pollen from these male catkins onto the female catkins, which are stemmed, cylindrical and only grow to a length of between 2 and 4 cm. alba L., in part; B. alba var. taxonomy author, year Roth year synonym B. verrucosa Ehrh. In 1932 the Boskoop firm of F. J. Grootendorst and Sons imported propagation material from Sweden of the true clone, and it is still raised in Holland in small quantities (H. J. Grootendorst, op. Apart from the leaves, the bark, young buds, juice, ash and, as Pliny also mentioned, the tar is used for medicinal purposes. Materials and methods: The total flavonoid content was determined. At first the catkins are yellowish-green, turning pale brown later on. On Walpurgis Night (before May 1), holy Walpurga commands all witches, spirits and demons under her jurisdiction to come to her at Blocksberg Mountain, riding on broomsticks made of birch trees. A new cultivar of similar habit, briefly mentioned in the reprint, is ‘Obelisk’. only in ‘Laciniata’, and the winter-buds are blunt, whereas in ‘Laciniata’ they are pointed (Dendroflora, No. I, pp. The air mass specific gravity of B. pendula is 0.62 g/cm 3 (Çakıroğlu et al. wide, cylindrical; scales glabrous except on the margin; middle lobe the smallest. Birch and aspen trees were to dominate the landscape following the Ice Age and the birch is still the most northerly tree. ‘Birkalensis’. Betula pendula Roth Silver Birch. 253-5. ‘Fastigiata’. Elixirs made from the sap have been regarded as an invigorating spring cordial ever since.Â. songarica Dippel Betula alba var. Healthy and happy living with A.Vogel (video), Video: From fresh plants to fresh products. But it seems that this is not the case. Betula pendula Roth f. dalecarlica (L. f.) C.K. A leaf of f. crispa is figured in the note by Per M. Jorgensen in The Plantsman, Vol. : 19495 (Download Help) Betula pendula TSN 19495 Taxonomy and Nomenclature Kingdom: Plantae : Taxonomic Rank: Species : Synonym(s): Betula verrucosa Ehrh. Poland, found in a few localities near Krakow. † B. aetnensis Raf. An authentic tree at Kew is of remarkably columnar habit. 172.515 Synthetic flavoring substances and adjuvants. BEVE2: Betula verrucosa Ehrh. The purple birch arose among seedlings raised in his own garden by a worker in Transon’s nursery, Orleans. see B. Finally, it should be stressed that the clones ‘Dalecarlica’ and ‘Laciniata’ are very similar, and would both be referable to B. pendula f. dalecarlica (L.f.) Schneid. cv. Common Birch is a photoautotroph. laciniata Wahl. supr.). Recommended citation'Betula pendula' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/betula/betula-pendula/). Constituents The bark remains smooth until the tree gets quite large, but in older trees, the bark thickens, becoming irregular, dark and rugged. Research object: Betula pendula Roth is widely distributed on the territory of Russia and is often used in city street plantings [36,37]. Central and northern Europe, in southern Europe only in the mountains. cuspidata”. The branches are slender and perfectly pendulous, without a leading stem. ‘Elegans’. For information about how you could sponsor this page, see How You Can Help, Article from Bean's Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles. It bears three to four leaves on the flowering twigs (usually two in the type) and the leaves are more equally toothed. 1910, 70 × 4 ft (1974); Taymouth Castle, Perths., 110 × 53⁄4 ft (1983). It is true that Loudon considered this birch to belong to the American B. populifolia, which also has cut-leaved forms. 13 (1970), pp. The scales of the fruit are brownish in colour. Some of the most commonly used methods were applied to evaluate the antioxidant capacity … long. Hort. – Leaves deep purple. 51, part 2, 1957. f. crispa (Reichb.) – See under ‘Dalecarlica’ above. Space was found for a short reference to this cultivar in the reprint, but contrary to what was there stated this cultivar almost certainly arose in Sweden. Distribution map Betula pendula (birk) is a widespread European birk wi white (siller) bark, tho in soothren Europe it is anly foond at haicher altitudes. In Europe, two commercially important treelike birch species occur naturally: silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) and downy birch (Betula pubescens Ehrh.). Birch rods were considered to be life-giving and it was believed that illnesses could be transferred to the birch. Belge, Vol. Maximilian Pramreiter, a, * Alexander Stadlmann, a Florian Linkeseder, a Jozef Keckes, b and Ulrich Müller a In technical applications of wood-based composites, the predictability of elasticity and strength is important. However, cultivated forms â such as the weeping birch, B. pendula f. tristis - sometimes have different Â Â shapes and grow to different heights. Betula pendula 'Youngii' Young's Weeping Birch. van der Bom in a wood near Arras in northern France in 1956 and propagated by his firm. – This form has been confused with ‘Dalecarlica’, but has the leaves more regularly and less deeply cut; the basal lobes are not so finely tapered and do not arch backwards at the ends. If on its own stem it must be carefully trained. According to Hylander (op. Betula pendula Roth weeping birch Family: Betulaceae: tree: bark: branch: leaf : male aments: mature female ament: fruit : The leaves of Betula pendula are simple, alternate and doubly-toothed. A.Vogel remedies, nutritional products and health literature can be found in many countries. The leaves of B. pendula are arranged alternately; on long shoots the leaves are triangularly rhomboidal, while on short shoots they are rhomboidal. laciniata of many authors, not Wahl. Betula pendula Roth. 19, p. 199 (1872). Twigs glabrous, brown, with pale warts cv. Growth ring boundaries rather distinct, marked by 2 to 4 rows of radially flattened cells. If grafted on a high standard it makes a small mushroom-headed tree. they are both white-stemmed and usually monocormic trees, reaching a height of 20–30 m. The correct name for the commercial clone is ‘Laciniata’, and indeed the Swedish cut-leaved birch now in cultivation was at one time sold under that epithet. 2010). The various species of birch are often confused. ‘Laciniata’. The birch is in bloom from April to May. ‘Dentata Viscosa’. It resembles the silver birch and has the same chromosome number, the main mark of difference being the bark, which is dark grey or blackish brown. – Leaves with three or four acute lobes on each side, reaching about half way to the middle. B. alba L. Family Betulaceae Eng. It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen from July to August. It is very similar to the true Ornäs birch, although, according to H. J. Grootendorst, the leaves of the latter are up to 3 in. † cv. But it was first described by André as B. vulgaris purpurea in Ill. – It was stated at the bottom of page 427 that ‘so far as is known’ the specimen trees mentioned were of the true Ornäs clone, i.e., the cultivar to which the name ‘Dalecarlica’ properly belongs. 8001-88-5 ; BIRCH TAR, OIL (BETULA PENDULA ROTH AND RELATED BETULA SPP.) To contact the editors: email@example.com. There is in fact a strong possibility that it is the birch listed by Loddiges in his 1836 catalogue as Betula laciniata. Aim: The aim of this work was to investigate the antioxidant activity of a dry leaf extract from Betula pendula Roth. – Branches hanging almost perpendicularly, leader erect. The same clone as ‘Elegans’? Betula pendula, which occurs in the wild all over central Europe, varies very little in shape and size. Silver birch (Betula pendula Roth., family Betulaceae, order Fagales) produces pollen grains in pendulous male (staminate) inflorescences (catkins), that are formed 1 year before It is of shrubby habit. urticifolia Spach Betula grandifolia Litv. Birch can be found growing at altitudes of up to 2,000 metres. According to some growth conditions these boundaries can be rather indistinct. Silver birch and downy birch resemble each other in their general appearance, i.e. Known since 1867. It was first distributed by Chenault of Orleans around 1912 as B. dentata viscosa pyramidalis. Native of Europe (including Britain), especially of high latitudes; also of parts of N. Asia. × koehnei Schneid. It has a characteristic, snow-white coloured epidermis of the bark which usually peels off in horizontal strips to reveal a harder black bark which covers the trunk right up into the crown. in this supplement) and perhaps linked to it by intermediates. The Celts also honoured the tree on 24 June, three days following the summer solstice. long, 3⁄4 to 11⁄2 in. Shakespeareâs âMacbethâ in fact means âson of birchâ. ‘Fastigiata’. The species is easily distinguished from B. pubescens by the warts on the young branchlets and by the absence of down on all the younger vegetative parts. As a âpioneerâ tree, birch is capable of making a location habitable for other plants. The leaves are more rounded in outline, more consistently wedge-shaped at the base, and darker green. A.Vogel/Bioforce makes use of fresh birch leaves, collected in late spring from birch trees growing in the wild. There is an example at Westonbirt, in Silkwood, measuring 71 × 31⁄4 ft (1964). Its range extends into Siberia, China, and southwest Asia in the mountains of northern Turkey, the Caucasus, and northern Iran. Betula pendula Roth is the most important forest tree and is imported from the north-west district of Ukraine (Hynynen et al. The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy. In older trees this pattern may extend several metres up the trunk. cv. For copyright and licence information, see the Licence page. 1, p. 108 (1982). B. pendula … The German name for the tree contains the Indo-Germanic root âbhargâ as well as the Gothic term âbairthsâ, meaning âto gleamâ or âto be brightâ and probably refers to the white bark. The rhomboid-shaped leaves are very pale in spring, turning darker on the upper sides and pale greyish-green on the underside. the original tree, described by the younger Linnaeus in 1781, grew at Lilla Ornäs in the province of Dalarna (Dalecarlia), where it was first observed in 1767. – This has attained 95 × 61⁄4 ft in Alexandra Park, Hastings (1983). Symmetry 2020, 12, 1970. Classification. The Hebrew term âbethâ means house, hence the words Bethlehem, Elisabeth etc. The type was grown in Späth’s nurseries as “B. Found wild in several localities in Scandinavia. A tree ordinarily from 40 to 60, occasionally over 100 ft high, with a silvery-white trunk; branches pendulous at the ends; young wood not downy, but furnished with glandular warts. They contain no less than 1.5% of flavonoids, expressed as hyperoside (C 21 H 20 O 12 = … Betula pendula is a deciduous Tree growing to 20 m (65ft) by 10 m (32ft) at a fast rate. 1: 405 1788. ; B. pendula f. dalecarlica (L. f.) Schneid.). It is hardy to zone (UK) 2. specimens: Windsor Great Park, 70 × 33⁄4 ft and 60 × 33⁄4 ft (1978); R.H.S. long, coarsely double-toothed or even small-lobed; leaf-stalks 1⁄2 in. cv. 垂枝桦 chui zhi hua Betula verrucosa Ehrhart. Betula pendula Roth is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in … This birch, with B. pubescens (q.v. Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report. This was as important a date as 24 December, which marked the third day following the winter solstice. The bark on the trunk and branches is golden-brown at first, but later this turns to white as a result of papery tissue developing on the surface and peeling off in flakes. Trees to 25 m tall; bark grayish white, exfoliating in sheets. Young branches … The botanical group name B. pendula f. dalecarlica (L. f.) Schneid. It is a more graceful tree than the downy birch and is found on drier soils. The twigs are produced in clusters like elongated witches brooms. In the 14th century, a pleasant-tasting âbirch wineâ or âbirch beerâ was made from the Â Â fermented sap of tapped birch trees. B. The birch grows in dry areas among deciduous trees and conifers; it grows on dunes or heathland but also on moors and swampy regions. It has simple, broad leaves, brown flowers, and dry fruit. (For timber value etc. Schneid. 176-7). Branches may be pendu-lous, spreading or ascending, but constant through-out the tree. From these, and hence from the type-tree, all the true Ornäs birches are descended by vegetative propagation. Its current distribution range covers central Europe, the Balkans and northern Europe, where the distribution is nearly continuous in … A study of the cut-leaved birches of Scandinavia, by Nils Hylander, was published in Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, Vol. Fruiting catkins 3⁄4 to 11⁄4 in. Betula pendula Roth Taxonomic Serial No. Hort., Vol. – A bushy, small tree of close, twiggy habit; branchlets and leaves very viscid; leaves closely set on the twig, 3⁄4 to 11⁄2 in. ‘Tristis’. Roth. Garden, Wisley, Surrey, 62 × 33⁄4 ft (1975) and 60 × 3 ft (1981); Sheffield Park, Sussex, pl. SynonymsB. Accessed 2020-11-30. cit.). 2011). The original tree was noticed by P.L.M. datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Betula pendula Roth The birch was highly regarded by the Celts, who used the tree in their initiation rituals; the Druids also used birch branches and dew to welcome noviciates into the fold. cv. Silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) is a diploid (2 n = 28), monoecious, wind-pollinated tree with small seeds that rapidly recolonize open areas. Leaves broadly ovate, sometimes rather diamond-shaped; 1 to 21⁄2 in. Betula tristis Dippel ‘Purpurea’. laciniata of many authors, not Wahl. So far as is known the following specimens are of the true clone, which was introduced to Britain before 1885: Taymouth Castle, Perths., 90 × 51⁄4 ft, grafted at 1 ft (1961); Tittenhurst, Berks., 75 × 41⁄2 and 69 × 41⁄4 ft, both grafted at 5-6 ft (1963); Sheffield Park, Sussex, pl. Germ. Turmukhametova, N.; Shadrina, E. Changes in the Fluctuating Asymmetry of the Leaf and Reproductive Capacity of Betula pendula Roth Reflect Pessimization of Anthropogenically Transformed Environment. Birch. It was destroyed in a storm in 1887 but graft-wood had been taken from it some years earlier and the offspring planted in the Experimental Garden at Stockholm. Birch is indigenous to Eurasia and can be found growing from the Mediterranean right up to a latitude of 65Âº in the north. Schneid. ), forms the B. alba of Linnaeus, but most authorities now concur in separating them. Betula pendula, commonly known as silver birch, warty birch, European white birch, or East Asian white birch, is a species of tree in the family Betulaceae, native to Europe and parts of Asia, though in southern Europe, it is only found at higher altitudes. Branches and leaves pendulous and the whole tree very elegant. cv. long, against 2 in. Betula pendula, which occurs in the wild all over central Europe, varies very little in shape and size. lapponica Lindquist; B. brachylepis V. N. Vasiliev – This very distinct variety has a smooth white bark that does not become black and furrowed at the base of the trunk, even on old trees. ‘Gracilis’. Betula pendula Roth: Silver Birch, European White Birch: Betulaceae : Transversal section : Diffuse-porous. The true ‘Dalecarlica’ was put into commerce in Sweden in 1886, but it is now rare even there (Jorgensen, op. – A small tree with finely cut leaves and drooping branches. Bonamy’s nursery, Toulouse, around 1866. cv. The silver birch is a medium-sized deciduous tree, typically reaching 15 to 25 m (49 to 82 ft) tall (exceptionally up to 31 metres (102 ft)), with a slender trunk usually under 40 cm (16 in) diameter. The branchlets are less pendulous than in normal B. pendula, and it differs too, according to Lindquist, in its rather leathery, broadly deltoid leaves with coarse, obtuse serrations and its thicker female catkins. Betula lobulata Kanitz, 1863 Betula oxycoviensis Besser, 1809 Betula pendula f. purpurea (Andre) C.K.Schneid. pubescens.). Betula pendula Roth and/or Betula pubescens Ehrh. 1910, 65 × 31⁄2 ft (1960); Madresfield Court, Worcs., 72 × 33⁄4 ft (1964); Royal Horticultural Society Gardens, Wisley, Surrey, 57 × 31⁄4 ft (1964). Synonyms: the European white birch, silver birch, common birch, paper birch Scientific Name: Betula pendula Roth Family: Betulaceae (birch trees) Habitat. Betula pendula f. dalecarlica (L. f.) C.K. Betula pendula. The birch is, moreover, the first tree in the Celtic calendar â a symbol for the period from 24 December to 20 January. It is likely to be an improvement on ‘Fastigiata’, with a much whiter bark and narrower crown (F. J. Fontaine, Belmontia, fasc. Betula pendula Roth is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Betula (family Betulaceae). B. obscura A. Kotula – This birch is found wild in a number of localities in Poland and in parts of Russia and Czechoslovakia. Synonyms: B. verrucosa Ehrh.;B. Germ. The patterned wood character has been shown to be corr … cv. It has been introduced into North America, where it is known as the European white birch, and is considered invasivein some states in th… There are currently no active references in this article. Unlike the leaves of Betula pubescens, the leaves of Betula pendula are not downy but are densely punctuated with glands. The Birch tree grows to a height of up to 30 metres; it sometimes has a tendency to grow like a bush. 4, p. 185 (1878). Name Silver birch, (European) White Birch Dutch name Ruwe berk subspecies - varieties B. pendula var carelica (OECD, 2003) hybrids B. x aurata ( B. pendula … dalecarlica L. f.; B. a. var. lapponica (Lindquist) B. verrucosa var. The male catkins are sedentary, elongated, cylindrical and hang down; they are up to 10 cm in length. However, his belief may simply have been based on the long-acuminate leaves of the Swedish cut-leaved birch, leaves with a prolonged apex being the distinguishing feature of B. populifolia in its normal form. It prefers soil which contains peat or sand and iron, but otherwise the birch is a very undemanding tree and is even resistant to frost and lack of rain. verrucosa or pendula var. First distributed by Simon-Louis Frères, before 1870. A native of northern Sweden and Finland; also of the Urals, according to the Russian botanist Vasiliev, who has given it the rank of species. Fl. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Wind. The cultivar name ‘Dalecarlica’ should be reserved for this clone. He considered ‘Laciniata’ to be the finer tree. 10 (1973), pp. – An endemic of Mount Etna, Sicily, this is perhaps no more than a local race of B. pendula, differing in its smaller leaves to about 1 in. A site produced by the International Dendrology Society. 21, 23). Betula laciniata Wahlenb. ‘Dalecarlica’. Its range extends intae soothwest Asie in the muntains o northren Turkey an the Caucasus. In German folklore, the birch is regarded as a tree of life; this is reflected in the tradition of the maypole. – Branches erect-growing, the tree being of columnar habit and resembling a Lombardy poplar. FDA Regulation: FDA PART 172 -- FOOD ADDITIVES PERMITTED FOR DIRECT ADDITION TO FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION Subpart F--Flavoring Agents and Related Substances Sec. According to him, it has been planted in Sweden in place of the true and rarer ‘Dalecarlica’, but so far as is known it has not been cultivated in this country. Betula pendula is known as a white birch wood and is classified in the mature trees group. It is especially applicable for species in which their micropropagation can be initiated from mature tree buds, e.g., silver birch (Betula pendula Roth), thus enabling the conservation of specific genotypes: endangered elite trees and trees expressing rare, valuable or interesting characteristics. The results of long-term pioneering studies on in vitro micropropagation of Karelian birch patterned forms and simultaneous cytological analysis of plants multiplied using different periods of in vitro culturing are published for the first time. The history of ‘Laciniata’ is unknown, but it was in commerce in Holland in the 1860s and almost certainly came from Sweden. However, cultivated forms – such as the weeping birch, B. pendula f. tristis - sometimes have different shapes and grow to different heights. cit.) We determined empirical models for estimating total aboveground as well as stem, branches, and foliage dry biomass of young (age up to 16 years) silver birch (Betula pendula Roth.) The Nordic words âbirchaâ, âbirihaâ and âbjorkâ developed from these roots. wide; broadly wedge-shaped or truncate at the base, slenderly tapered at the apex, doubly toothed; not downy, but dotted with glands on both surfaces; stalk 1⁄2 to 3⁄4 in. It is figured in Rev. The Eurasian weeping birch (Betula pendula) is extensively cultivated throughout the temperate range of the flora, and it has been known to persist or to become locally naturalized in several areas, particularly in … The Etna birch is provisionally recognised as a species by Pignatti in Flora d’Italia, Vol. There is an example 45 ft high in the Glasnevin Botanic Garden. The branches slant upwards at a acute angle to the trunk, but many of the side branches are overhanging. 1: 405. The leaves are then finely chopped and macerated in alcohol to produce a mother tincture. Synonyms: B. verrucosa Ehrh. cv. Young’s Weeping Birch. It is also the most characteristic tree of all countries indigenous to Teutons and Slavs. In addition, users can learn about the location of vouchered specimens and see images to get a better visual for each plant. Holmberg B. verrucosa or pendula var. (B. alba var. ‘Youngii’. long. Origin unknown and perhaps not in cultivation here. – A very distinct tree, the leaves being lobed to within 1⁄8 to 1⁄4 in. pendula (Roth) Cariot & St.-Lag., 1889 Betula alba var. pendula Ait. From shop GIFTfromNATURE. is available for other trees of similar character, but in fact only one has since been observed in Sweden, in the province of Smaland. ; B. alba L., in part; B. alba var. The leaf blades of Betula pendula and the native B. populifolia are very similar; however, with practice they can sometimes be distinguished on subtle differences in shape. of the midrib, the lobes themselves lanceolate, coarsely toothed, and with long slender points, the ends of the basal lobes curving backwards; leafstalks 1 to 13⁄4 in. He multiplied it by grafting and in 1873 sold the whole stock, which was apparently put into commerce under the epithets atropurpurea and foliis purpureis. Betula pendula frequently has shorter acuminations at the leaf apex and sometimes shows sharp, forward curving, primary teeth. The botanical term betula does not originate from a Latin word but rather from a Celtic term, which has its root in the syllable âbetuâ, or âbethâ. Betula alba var. f. crispa – Although it may well be that the epithet laciniata has been applied to this form, it was also used for a birch very near to ‘Dalecarlica’ (see below). Betula pendulaRoth and/or Betula pubescens Ehrh. pendula Ait.. A tree ordinarily from 40 to 60, occasionally over 100 ft high, with a silvery-white trunk; branches pendulous at the ends; young wood not downy, but furnished with glandular warts. Full Article. long. – This tree is of uncertain origin, but was thought by Schneider to be a hybrid between the silver birch and B. papyrifera. cv. The birch has been of great significance in both Slavic and Teutonic folk belief since the earliest times. In the latter respect it differs from all the other cultivated birches except B. populifolia. cv. † var. as well as hybrids of both species, folium (birch leaf) i) Herbal substance whole or fragmented dried leaves ii) Herbal preparations - powdered herbal substance - dry extract with water (3-8:1) Betula pendula Roth One of the most familiar trees of the British countryside, the graceful silver birch is a genuine native, growing here since the end of the Ice Age. long, 1⁄3 in. They are doubly serrated at the edge and have strikingly dense venation. It is also allied to B. platyphylla (q.v. The young branches are densely warted. There is a striking photograph of this birch in G. Kriissmann’s Handbuch der Laubgehölze, plate 60. f. oycowiensis (Besser) Schneid. Betula pendula (Common Birch) is a species of tree in the family Betulaceae. long, not glandular on the upper surface, more shortly acuminate and not markedly biserrate. Betula pendula Roth, Tent. Betula pendula Roth grows up to 30m high with one or many stems; bark smooth and silvery white above, often black and fissured into rhomboid bosses at the base. – An elegant narrow-crowned tree with an erect leading shoot and drooping branches. pendula (Roth) W.T.Aiton Betula alba var. It is a graceful tree, which develops a white bark at an early age. Non-destructive Testing of Thin Birch (Betula pendula Roth.)Veneers. BIRCH Bark 8oz (227g) ORGANIC Dried Bulk Herb, Betula Pendula Roth Cortex /Available qty from 2oz-4lbs/ GIFTfromNATURE. B. oycowiensis Besser – A rare native of S.E. This tree is no longer grown at Kew and must be very rare or even non-existent in British gardens, but is to be seen in continental collections and should be re-introduced. It has a self-supporting growth form. Fl. The record derives from WCSP which reports it as an accepted name (record 21582) with original publication details: Tent. ‘Dalecarlica’. 1788. 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