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Black Alder

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  • The black alder is a medium sized tree. The black alder grows best in moist soils and wet conditions.
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Black Alder - Alnus Glutinosa 


Zone 3-7  Mature Height: 40-60 ft.  Mature Width: 20-40 ft.  Growth/Year: 3+ ft.  Sunlight: Full sun to Partial shade  Soil Conditions: Prefers moist soils


Buy Black Alder trees. This tree will grow to 60 feet high and can spread as much as 25 feet is native to Europe but was introduced to American long ago. The tree prefers moist to wet soils and thrives in full to partial sun in zones 4-7. There is over 30 different species of the Alder tree thus making it a very poplar tree. Many different animal species love this tree as they can thrive off of its nectar such as bees. Reported to have a bitter and unpleasant taste, they are more useful for survival purposes. The wood of certain alder species is often used to smoke various food items. The Alnus Glutinosa has been said to have a lot of protein which makes it edible if need be. Most of us know the name Fender which is a very famous guitar and for many years the Fender bodies have been made with Alder wood.



Shrubs will add that special touch to any lawn or landscape



Trees will provide you with great amounts of shade in the summer months and also lots of color during the autumn. They will make that lawn and landscape look beautiful.



Shrubs also add beauty and color to your home and flowerbeds



This flowering tree will add lots of splendor to your lawn with reds, yellow and orange colors during the autumn. Trees are also very stately on a lawn and landscape.


Botanical Name: Alnus Glutinosa 


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