silver birch

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silver birch

n
(Plants) a betulaceous tree, Betula pendula, of N temperate regions of the Old World, having silvery-white peeling bark. See also birch1
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Noun1.silver birch - European birch with silvery white peeling bark and markedly drooping branchessilver birch - European birch with silvery white peeling bark and markedly drooping branches
Betula, genus Betula - a genus of trees of the family Betulaceae (such as birches)
birch tree, birch - any betulaceous tree or shrub of the genus Betula having a thin peeling bark
Translations

silver birch

nbetulla argentata or bianca
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The Hirschwald is a little open wood of silver birches and springy turf starred with flowers, and there is a tiny stream meandering amiably about it and decking itself in June with yellow flags.
Buyers of the remaining homes at Stewart Milne's Wellside Brae and Silver Birches developments in Aberdeenshire are being offered a deposit-free sale through a new 100 per cent lending offer.
Growing" Silver Birches Renovations Set to Breathe New Life into Island Landmark
A DELIGHTFUL duck pond with overhanging silver birches is part of the wonderfully landscaped gardens around Linkster House just two miles west of Laurencekirk.
Initially, they had looked at both traditional and new-build properties, but soon became convinced the best deal was to be found at Stewart Milne's Silver Birches development in the village of Alford, 25 miles from Aberdeen.
Silver birches, imported from Germany are now settling in at the entrance to the new Chavasse Park, by Derby Sguare.
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And to coincide with the 12 days of Christmas theme, they teamed up with Gateshead Warm Zone and Gateshead Council's countryside project team to plant 12 silver birches in the school grounds.