Alnus Glutinosa, Being part of the Betulaceae family, this species commonly referred to as common alder, black alder or European alder. Native to Europe, Asia and northeast Africa, it dwells along riverbanks and humid forests, appreciating their rich, nutritious grounds. This deciduous, quickly growing tree of medium size reaches heights of about 25m. A decorative option for parcs and gardens, its wood being highly resistant to water, the alder habitates landscapes with altitudes ranging from sea level to 1300m. It requires loose, fertile soil providing constant moistness, ideally fresh, humid settings combined with exposure to sunlight. It does not tolerate limy soil.
Format : circumference 10/12 – 12/14 – 14/16- 16/18 – 18/20 – 20/25 y 25/30 available either with bare roots or wire netting.