Betula utilis var. 'jacquemontii'
Betula utilis var. 'jacquemontii' or Himalayan birch is a large shrub or small tree reaching up to 20 m tall. Leaves are ovate, 5 to 10 cm long, with serrated margins, and slightly hairy. Flowering occurs in spring, with only a few male catkins, and short, single (sometimes paired) female catkins. The perianth has four parts in male flowers, and is absent in the female flowers. The thin, papery bark is very shiny, reddish brown, reddish white, or white, with horizontal lenticels. Our specimens were planted in 2004.
30.00 Location A8 Latitude: -38.4014532608361 Longitude: 146.054256272332
30.01 Location B8 Latitude: -38.4014908871792 Longitude: 146.054262958964