What is special about birch trees?
What is the legend of the birch tree?
Ojibwe folklore has it that birch trees are immune to lightning strikes, and that therefore these are good trees to take shelter under during a thunderstorm. Birch trees are also used as a clan symbol in some Native American cultures.
What do silver birch trees Symbolise?
Why are birch trees bad?
What did Native Americans use birch trees for?
What is a birch tree used for?
Are birch trees good?
How long do white birch trees live?
Are birch trees poisonous?
What is the difference between white birch and silver birch?
Why do birch trees glow in the dark?
Are birch trees strong?
Are paper birch and white birch the same thing?
Are silver birch trees poisonous?
Why do birch trees peel?
What type of tree is the white birch?
Are white birch trees endangered?
Where are white birch trees native?
Paper birch (B. papyrifera), the white-barked tree used widely by trading native nations and Voyageurs, grows from Alaska to Maine, but only as far south as the mountains of Virginia, Tennessee and Oregon.
How can you tell the difference between an aspen and a birch?
Is white birch deciduous?
What is a birch tree look like?
Is Birch a poplar?
|Poplar leaves vary widely in shape
|Birch leaves are typically oval or elliptical, with tapered edges.