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- n. A European deciduous tree, Betula pendula, characterised by white peeling bark and drooping branches.
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- n. European birch with silvery white peeling bark and markedly drooping branches
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As soon as the wind gets up, the insects disperse into the wide clearing of bracken, bluebells, stitchwort, foxgloves and saplings of silver birch before the cabin.