Dakota Pinnacle Birch
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||30-40 Feet|
|Mature Width||10-15 Feet|
|Shipping Restriction||AZ, OR|
The Dakota Pinnacle Birch is one of the best birch trees for colder climates. It’s hardy, cold- and pest-tolerant and has four seasons of interest, making it a great year-round addition to your landscape.
During the spring and summer, enjoy Dakota Pinnacle’s gorgeous green foliage. Then, as autumn arrives, watch as it displays vibrant golden hues that last for weeks. It’s even stunning into the winter ,as it reveals its creamy white bark accented with darker undertones.
This easy-to-maintain tree is among one of the hardiest birch trees. Even as it faces cold conditions, humidity, pests, or sits in acidic and sandy soil, the Dakota Pinnacle stands strong amidst it all.
The Dakota Pinnacle makes an excellent star birch in your front lawn, or planted in rows lining your driveway. Their distinct pyramidal shape provides comforting shade, and walking by these throughout the seasons is sure to bring you peace. Their prominent yellow color also makes for a great photo backdrop in the fall.
Don’t miss your chance to get this hardy, highly desirable tree that’s sure to add instant beauty to your yard. Order your Dakota Pinnacle Birch today!
What makes this birch on of the most hardy?
The Dakota Pinnacle Birch is tolerant of drought, heat, wind, and clay soils with high pH and survives in a wide variety of conditions.
How long does this tree take to reach its full height?
The Dakota Pinnacle reaches its mature height of around 30 feet in 10 years
Plant your Dakota Pinnacle Birch in a spot that is protected from intense exposure to the sun—especially in the afternoon. The Dakota Pinnacle Birch prefers well-drained soil and about four to six hours of sunlight daily. Plant in a hole twice as wide but just as deep as the root ball. Backcover the hole then add a ground layer of mulch to protect the roots. Water deeply to settle the roots.
Watering is only necessary during dry periods, especially while it is establishing.
No pruning is necessary, but if you do want to prune to size or shape, wait unti the tree is done actively sapping.