How Much Does a Birch Tree Cost?

The birch tree is closely related to the breech and oak tree.   It is part of the Betulaceae family, which also includes hazels and alders, and they are considered to be small to medium-sized trees, thriving in temperate climates.  Two of the most common species found in yards across the Northeast include the River Birch and White Birch.

Birch Trees by saaby, on Flickr
Birch Trees” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  saaby

How much is it?

VarietyAverage Price
Crimson Frost- $75 for 2-gallon
- $125 for 15-gallon
European White / Silver- $15 for 3.25-gallon
- $125 for 28.5-gallon
Gray- $7 (three feet)
- $9 (four feet)
Heritage Birch- $75 (four feet)
Jacquemonti / Whitebarked Himalayan- $85 for 10.25-gallon
Paper / White / Canoe- $3 (12 inch)
- $7 (three feet)
- $11 (five feet)
River Birch- $55 (three feet)
- $80 (five feet)
Sweet / Cherry / Black- $30 (three feet)
Whitespire- $30 (three feet)
Yellow Birch- $12 (one foot)
Young's Weeping / European White
Weeping
- $50 for 8.75-gallon

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