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Alnus glutinosa Laciniata - Cut leaved Alder

Alnus glutinosa Laciniata is a cultivar of the common alder. It has deeply cut, dark green leaves that remain on the tree late into autumn. Brown, yellow catkins appear in early spring, followed by cone like fruit called strobiles. The cut leaved alder is suitable for wet soil and can withstand flooding. Being tolerant to air pollution, harsh winds and salt, it is also great for coastal areas.

Plant Profile

Name: Alnus glutinosa Laciniata

Common Name: Cut leaved Alder

Family: Betulaceae

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