About: The twigs are slender and often pendulous and the leaves are roughly triangular with doubly serrate margins. Many species of birds and animals are found in birch woodland, the tree supports a wide range of insects and the light shade. Young branches have whitish resin warts and the twigs are slender and hairless. The twigs are cut and dyed using a non toxic paint and which allows the living branch to continue sprouting leaves. So although these branches come in the appearance of a dry twig, they are still alive and should be placed in water, especially if you want to extend their life and watch them sprout leaves.
Pack Size: 10