Alnus nitida (Himalayan Alder)
The West Himalayan Alder is a deciduous tree that grows to a height of 20 metres or more. When young, the shoots are velvety, but as they age, they become hairless. The leaves are elliptic to elliptic-ovate in shape, pointed...
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Alnus nepalensis (Nepal Alder)
The hue of Nepalese alder varies from light tan to reddish brown, and it darkens and reddens with age. The difference between heartwood and sapwood is not evident. Large aggregate rays emerge on the face grain as tiny streaks that...
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Alnus japonica (Japanese Alder)
Japan and Korea are home to the Japanese Alder tree. It reaches a height of 40-60 feet and a width of 30-50 feet. In Northeast Asia and Japan, the Japanese Alder tree may be found along streambanks, marshes, and roadside....
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Alnus incana (Speckled Alder)
The most common variety of speckled alder is a multi-trunked, 15-25' tall tree with a broad, rounded irregular crown. Often used as an erosion control thicket. The bark of these trees ranges from brown to reddish-brown to grey in colour,...
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Alnus glutinosa (Black Alder)
A big deciduous tree, the black alder is a large deciduous tree. In ideal growth conditions, it may reach 60 feet tall at maturity, with a crown that is broad and loosely pyramidal in form. On twigs, leaves are alternately...
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Alnus cordata (Italian Alder)
It is a fast-growing plant that may reach a height of 15 metres. The side branches' nearly horizontal development is distinctive. They're 12 cm long and heart-shaped. The topside is shiny and green. They stay on the tree for a...
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