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The Living Urn® System with Paper Birch Seedling

$ 149.00

Paper Birch - The Living Urn

$ 149.00

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The Living Urn™ for People ships now; Paper Birch seedling will arrive in the Fall planting season. Do you want your tree now - click here to find out how..

What’s Included

Everything you need to grow a living memory:

  •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
  •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
  •    - Premium Growth Mix
  •    - Aged Wood Chips
  •    - Planting Instructions
  •    - Premium Paper Birch Seedling

              Paper Birch cannot be shipped to AK, AZ and HI due to state restrictions.

              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn

              About

              Beauty and romance may be the first images many people associate with the gleaming white Paper Birch. This fast growing tree has the highest deer resistant rating tier, provides year-around color year around and possesses an attractive smooth white bark. As a symbol of the North Country, the Paper Birch has earned its place in history as a continuously useful tree that has served North Americans since the earliest days of human activity. Today it is one of the best-loved trees of the New England landscape, planted often for the beauty of its distinctive bark and golden fall color as it provides excellent contrast for any landscape.

              Wildlife

              White-tailed deer eat considerable amounts of paper birch leaves in the fall and snowshoe hares browse paper birch seedlings. Beavers use the tree as a second food choice and porcupines eat the inner bark. Voles, shrews, redpolls, siskins, and chickadees eat the seeds. Numerous birds nest in Paper Birch, including woodpeckers, chickadees, nuthatches, and swallows.

              History

              The Paper Birch is the state tree of New Hampshire. It gets its name from its use by the early settlers as a bearer of messages – at one time people would peel layers of the thin, paper-like bark and write messages on it. This useful tree was also important in the past for canoe construction and as a fire starter.

              Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn
              • Paper Birch - The Living Urn

              The Living Urn™ for People ships now; Paper Birch seedling will arrive in the Fall planting season. Do you want your tree now - click here to find out how..

              What’s Included

              Everything you need to grow a living memory:

              •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
              •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
              •    - Premium Growth Mix
              •    - Aged Wood Chips
              •    - Planting Instructions
              •    - Premium Paper Birch Seedling

                          Paper Birch cannot be shipped to AK, AZ and HI due to state restrictions.

                          About

                          Beauty and romance may be the first images many people associate with the gleaming white Paper Birch. This fast growing tree has the highest deer resistant rating tier, provides year-around color year around and possesses an attractive smooth white bark. As a symbol of the North Country, the Paper Birch has earned its place in history as a continuously useful tree that has served North Americans since the earliest days of human activity. Today it is one of the best-loved trees of the New England landscape, planted often for the beauty of its distinctive bark and golden fall color as it provides excellent contrast for any landscape.

                          Wildlife

                          White-tailed deer eat considerable amounts of paper birch leaves in the fall and snowshoe hares browse paper birch seedlings. Beavers use the tree as a second food choice and porcupines eat the inner bark. Voles, shrews, redpolls, siskins, and chickadees eat the seeds. Numerous birds nest in Paper Birch, including woodpeckers, chickadees, nuthatches, and swallows.

                          History

                          The Paper Birch is the state tree of New Hampshire. It gets its name from its use by the early settlers as a bearer of messages – at one time people would peel layers of the thin, paper-like bark and write messages on it. This useful tree was also important in the past for canoe construction and as a fire starter.

                          The Living Urn System with Paper Birch Seedling

                          $ 149.00

                          has been successfully added to your cart . Feel free to continue shopping or check out .

                          About

                          Beauty and romance may be the first images many people associate with the gleaming white Paper Birch. This fast growing tree has the highest deer resistant rating tier, provides year-around color year around and possesses an attractive smooth white bark. As a symbol of the North Country, the Paper Birch has earned its place in history as a continuously useful tree that has served North Americans since the earliest days of human activity. Today it is one of the best-loved trees of the New England landscape, planted often for the beauty of its distinctive bark and golden fall color as it provides excellent contrast for any landscape.

                          Wildlife

                          White-tailed deer eat considerable amounts of paper birch leaves in the fall and snowshoe hares browse paper birch seedlings. Beavers use the tree as a second food choice and porcupines eat the inner bark. Voles, shrews, redpolls, siskins, and chickadees eat the seeds. Numerous birds nest in Paper Birch, including woodpeckers, chickadees, nuthatches, and swallows.

                          History

                          The Paper Birch is the state tree of New Hampshire. It gets its name from its use by the early settlers as a bearer of messages – at one time people would peel layers of the thin, paper-like bark and write messages on it. This useful tree was also important in the past for canoe construction and as a fire starter.

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                          Unlike Evergreens, which we ship year-round, Seasonal trees are shipped in early to mid-Spring and again in the Fall and are sent according to your local climate and this year's weather. This is done to be sure your tree is planted at the optimal time. Also, to be sure that your seedling arrives in a strong and healthy condition, we need to ship Seasonals when they are dormant in the Spring and Fall. Send us an email to info@thelivingurn.com or call us at (800) 495-7022 with questions or for more information regarding the delivery date of your tree.

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