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Betula Utilis Jacquemontii Multi Stem Tree

Multi Stem Himalayan Birch Trees

from From £54.99 (ex. VAT)
( £65.99 (ex. VAT) inc. VAT)

This Multistem Himalayan Birch tree is hugely popular for its aesthetically pleasing, year round interest. The glossy, green foliage turns yellow in the autumn before falling and giving centre stage to the sleek, white stems that stand bare and elegant against a frosty background.

This multistem Himalayan birch tree will grow to 6 x 5 metres in 20 years and with its delightful, peeling white bark makes a wonderful multi-stem specimen ornamental tree. Hardy and tolerant of most conditions, Betula Jacquemontii is worthy of any garden.

N.B. We do not adhere to the practise of putting 3 saplings in a pot - this is a cheaper method of growing plants which look like multi stem trees but which are not. All of our multi stem trees are grown in the correct way.

Click here to go to all Birch trees or here for the single stem Betula Jacquemontii.

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Variety Root Type Height Now Form ? Price Qty Basket
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15L pot 120-150cm Multi-stem £54.99 (ex. VAT)
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45L pot 3.0 - 3.5m Multi-stem £279.99 (ex. VAT)
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15L pot 150-200cm Multi-stem £64.99 (ex. VAT)
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Over 95% of deliveries made within 10 working days.  There is a slightly longer delivery timescale on trees over 2.5m in height (all the trees called Standard, Premium Standard, Heavy Standard or Extra Heavy Standard, all called Mature Trees) because we have to group orders together into geographic areas for a haulage contractor to deliver and this all takes a bit of scheduling (but it's worth it when you see these wonderful mature trees!).

Most orders (to UK mainland ex Highlands - see below for Highlands) have a delivery charge of £9.95 plus vat).  Smaller trees/bushes are charged at £6.95 plus vat.  On orders for several trees, delivery costs increase to £12.95 (and honestly that doesn't nearly cover what it costs us in cardboard and carriage charges!) but you can buy several trees for the same delivery cost.  Mature trees are more expensive to deliver and varies by postcode but again you can buy more than one tree for the same delivery cost so if you do need 2 or more it works out to be really economical.  Delivery costs are calculated automatically in the shopping trolley so try adding an extra tree or bush for no extra delivery charge.

Bare root trees and fruit bushes can only be dispatched from mid-November - mid April/late April (depending on weather conditions) and whilst they are dormant.

All trees are sent on a 'no signature required' basis, so there's no need to be in to receive your order.

Trees are packed in specially designed containers and delivered using couriers who've been tried and tested over many years.


Scottish postcodes AB, DD, DG, EH, FK, G, KA, KY, ML, TD are charged as ‘England and Wales’ above.

Scottish postcodes IV, KW, PA, PH are charged at between £19.95 and £29.95 depending on the individual order, this charge is calculated at the checkout.

Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and overseas destinations

Our courier charges are not viable for just one or two trees but if you have a larger requirement please do speak to us and we'll do what we can to get trees to you at a reasonable cost.

Planting Advice for Betula Utilis Jacquemontii Multistem trees

When planting Birch trees, such as the Multistem Himalayan birch, it is important to prepare the planting area well. Pot grown birch trees can be planted at any time of the year. You will need to carry out the following to prepare your planting site.

Firstly, remove all weeds and grass within a metre of your desired planting hole then dig a hole as deep as your root mass and approximately 1.5x as wide. We recommend digging a square hole as this encourages the roots to grow straight as opposed to around inside the hole. To help your tree establish more effectively, we advise applying root grow (sprinkle in the hole for pot grown trees), especially if you have poor soil. Gently loosen the roots and place into the planting hole.

Using 50% of the original soil and 50% compost, fill in the hole and firm around gently. Make sure not to bank the soil up around the collar of the tree as this can cause problems. We highly recommend planting birch trees using a stake and tie kit to make sure the roots are well anchored. To see how to use a tree stake and tie, watch our informational how to videos.

Aftercare Advice for Multistem White Barked Himalayan Birch trees

If you’re planting in dry weather, water well and regularly for the first few months. The same goes for spring and summer planting. Make sure to keep an eye on your young tree and increase watering if there are extended periods of hot or dry weather. If you’re planting in autumn, you may only need to water your tree a little. Unlike other species, birch trees would rather be in wet soil than dry. We also stock a range of irrigation kits, suitable for a variety of planting schemes.

Once planted, it is important to keep the area free of competing weeds and grass for the first couple of growing seasons. Using a glyphosate based weed killer or installing mulch matting and bark chips will aid in this. Do not simply mow the grass around the area as this will only encourage it to grow more vigorously. If you know your area is prone to rabbits, we would advise using a rabbit guard.
One of the key features of many birch trees is the exfoliating white bark. To keep your tree looking its best you can wash the bark, using a pressure washer (on a gentle setting); garden hose or slightly soapy water.

Pruning Advice for Betula Utilis Jacquemontii Multistem trees

Established birch trees do not require pruning and they do not take well to hard pruning. Hard pruning leads to increased light penetration of the roots which in turn results in increased soil temperature and decreased moisture levels. Simply remove the lateral shoots to maintain a clear trunk and prune any diseased or damaged branches. Pruning should be carried out in late summer to mid-winter. Birch trees bleed heavily at all other times of the year, especially late winter.

Betula Utilis Jacquemontii Multi Stem Tree (Multi Stem Himalayan Birch Trees) Description

  • Common name: Multistem Himalayan birch tree
  • Height and spread in 20 years: 6 x 5 metres
  • Seasons of interest: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
  • Foliage: Green foliage in spring/summer which turns yellow in autumn, followed by bare, white stems in winter
  • Soil: Tolerant of most soil conditions