Birch (sap): Birch is a tree of sandy soils (family Betulaceae - scientific names: Betula pendula and Betula pubescens), from cold and temperate regions, with small leaves, whose wood is used in cabinetmaking and for the manufacture of paper and from which birch water is drawn which refers to the name given to birch sap when it is collected by notching the bark of the tree.
The birch was once called the tree of wisdom, but also the tree of ...
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