Alnus glutinosa (Black Alder)

Alnus glutinosa - As a single trunk tree, it typically grows to 40-60’ tall in cultivation (to 100’ or more in its native habitat) with a narrow pyramidal form. As a multi-trunked tree, it grows much smaller and spreads. Flowers are monoecious. Drooping male catkins (to 4” long) form in fall and overwinter on the tree. Small, plump, rounded female catkins form in late winter to early spring. The catkins flower in March before the foliage emerges. Family : Betulaceae

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Alnus glutinosa (Black Alder) 2

Author : Julie Boudreau
Photo # : 32582
Online since: May 1st 2019


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Alnus glutinosa (Black Alder)

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