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Alnus incana (Grey Alder)

 

A tough, fast-growing tree for cold and wet locations, the grey alder has matt, veined leaves that are dull grey on their undersides. In autumn, the leaves turn yellow. Yellow catkins are produced in early spring. It is exceptionally quick in growth and has been known to reach 15m (50ft) in the first nine years of life.
Height 23m (75ft), Spread 7m (23ft), 20-50 years to maturity.

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