Alnus nepalensis (Nepal Alder)

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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 might be misinterpreted for flaws in the wood. In terms...
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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 might be misinterpreted for flaws in the wood. In terms of decay resistance and newly cut logs, Nepalese alder is classified non-durable to perishable.

Botanical Name : Alnus nepalensis

Common Name : Nepal Alder

Height : 60- 100 ft

Spread : 40 ft

Germination Info : 30 days cold stratification is recommended

Hardiness zone : 7-9

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 93,750 

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