Available Autumn 2017 - A fine cultivar, named after Jermyns House, around which has been created the superb Hillier Arboretum by the late Sir Harold Hillier. It is a vigorous, medium sized tree with mahogany coloured young branches that turn dazzling-white with long horizontal lenticels as the peeling bark matures.
Also Betula utilis var. jacquemonti 'Jermyns' has regular displays of very long catkins in early spring, in a warm sheltered garden these can be 10+ cm long.
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An established Betula utilis var. jacquemonti 'Jermyns' growing in our woodland garden. This video shows the handsome silver bark on a frosty morning in January.