river birch


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birch of swamps and river bottoms throughout the eastern United States having reddish-brown bark

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In addition, trees, such as river birch, Japanese larch and white spruce, will be planted around the bridge.
Other commercial birches of note from North America include black, sweet and cherry birch (Betula lenta), which grows mainly in the Adirondacks, and river birch or red river birch (Betula nigra).
The deciduous red or river birch (Betula occidentalis) has smooth coppery bark highlighted with white lenticels or slits which facilitate gas exchange between the trunk's interior cells and the outside air.
Replace dead or ugly trees with river birch or flowering ornamentals or with berries.
If you are planting in a damp area, for instance, you will be fine with all the willows, our native silver birch (Betula pendula), the lovely river birch (Betula nigra), and snowy mespilus (Amelanchier lamarckii), which, along with my favourite magnolia, is one of the great flowering trees.
On a simple, yet elegant, casual table, John Simmons at Carnevale featured River Birch stoneware handmade in Memphis, Tenn.
RSR Hospitality is a hotel oriented platform comprised of The Related Group, Silverpeak Real Estate Partners and River Birch Capital.
Silver candelabra hung with white satin bows lined the hallway that led to a park-like winter wonderland of live cypress and river birch trees.
Seats are limited to the first 25 people to pre-register; price is $7 for a boxed lunch from River Birch Lodge restaurant.
River birch, Japanese maple, and mayten are open enough to let precious sunlight through their branches.
These plants will all want to be in dappled shade and moist but well-drained ground, so they go nicely at the foot of moisture-tolerant trees like Bald-cypress (Taxodium distichum), Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata), River Birch (Betula nigra) and Black-gum (Nyssa sylvatica)--these last two echoing the gold and red shades in fall foliage.
The duplexes, which will be priced at about $315,000, will all open onto a large, 13,700 s/f courtyard, which will be landscaped with a variety of attractive perennials, 15 new River Birch trees and 60 Japanese Garden Juniper shrubs.
River birch has a distinctive salmon pink bark which can mature to black.
Strategic partners include Jim Birle, the leader of Evercore's Capital Markets business, and River Birch Capital, the investment vehicle formed by Bart McDade, Alex Kirk and their partners.