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Birch

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Birch

Urist likes birches for their autumn coloration.
Biome

Wet Dry
Properties
Deciduous Yes
Density 650
Color burnt umber
Max trunk height 8
Max trunk diameter 1
Trunk branching 0
Heavy branch radius 1
Branch radius 2
Root radius 3
Heavy branch density 0
Branch density 50
Root density 5
Products
Wood Birch

Wikipedia article

This article is about the current version of DF.
Note that some content may still need to be updated.

Birch is a tree found in temperate broadleaf forests. They are the second tallest tree in the game. In classic display mode, birch trees have the special quality of being the only normal tree in the game with a trunk color other than brown – specifically, white. Unfortunately, the logs that they produce are still brown (burnt umber, as described in the raws). With premium graphics, the trunks, wood, and products all use the burnt umber color.

Some dwarves like birches for their catkins, silver bark, and autumn coloration.


Admired for its silver bark.

In Real Life[edit]

Birch bark was historically used as a form of parchment and fire starter, though the former use is no longer relevant, the latter is still very true.

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