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italian alder alnus cordata seed seedling tree
Alnus cordata
Italian Alder
Rather narrow alder with heart shaped leaves.  Grows quickly and fixes nitrogen.  Hardy to  -10F (-23.3C);  height: 75ft.
#A1611    Packet    $14.00,  Approximately 100 seeds

manchurian alder alnus hirsuta seed seedling tree
Alnus hirsuta
 Manchurian Alder
Fast growing tree - great for reclamation, new homesites, or windbreaks.  The wood is finely grained and is used to make charcoal.  The bark can be used to make a dye.  
#A1613   Packet   $8.00,  Approximately 100 seeds

grey alder alnus incana seeds seedling tree
Alnus incana
Grey Alder (Hoary Alder, Speckled Alder)
Makes a good variety for planting in new sites, as it grows very quickly.  Alders are nitrogen fixing trees and will provide wildlife food as well.  Hardy to -50F (-45C); height: 60ft.
#A1614    Packet   $16.00,  Approximately 100 seeds

japanese alder alnus japonica seeds seedling tree
Alnus japonica
Japanese Alder
Good species for windbreaks or land reclamation.  Bark from the tree has been used to treat certain tumors.  Fast growing.  Hardy to -30F (-34.4C); height: 60ft.
#A1615   Packet   $8.00,  Approximately 100 seeds

Nepalese alder alnus nepalensis seed seedling tree
Alnus nepalensis
Nepal Alder
Fast growing tree.  Excellent for windbreaks or land reclamation.  The bark is used to make a diuretic to treat sweelings.  Hardy to 10F (-17.7C); height: 60ft.
#A1616    Packet  $8.00, Approximately 100 seeds

white alder alnus rhombifolia seeds seedling tree
Alnus rhombifolia
White Alder
North American native species.  Quick growing, nitrogen fixing.  Edible catkins appear in spring.  The bark, as other species of alder, is astringent.  
#A1617   Packet  $20.00,  Approximately 100 seeds
Alnus rhombifolia
White Alder
#AP1617   Bundle of 50  12" to 18 inch plants,  $79.00

red alder alnus rubra seeds seedling tree
Alnus rubra
Red Alder (Hazel Alder, Black Alder, Smooth Alder, Tag Alder)
Species native to the western US.  The sap is often tapped and used as a sweetener, the bark is astringent.  Hardy to -10F (-23.3C);  height: 60ft.
#A1618   Packet  $21.00,  Approximately 100 seeds
Alnus rubra
Red Alder (Hazel Alder, Black Alder, Smooth Alder, Tag Alder)
#AP1618   Bundle of 50  12" to 18 inch plants,  $79.00

speckled alder alnus serrulata rugosa seeds seedling tree
Alnus serrulata (Alnus rugosa)
Speckled Alder
Native to the northeastern US.  Multiple trunks and fast growth.  Good species for planting in wet areas.  
#A1619   Packet   $12.00,  Approximately 100 seeds
Alnus serrulata (Alnus rugosa)
Speckled Alder
#AP1619   Bundle of 10    1 yr. trees,  $29.00

Alnus tenuifolia
Mountain Alder (Thinleaf Alder)
Smaller and hardier alder with narrow leaves and catkins that appear in spring (they are edible).  Bark is used as an astringent.  Hardy to -50F (-45C); height: 18ft.
#A1622    Packet   $15.00,  Approximately 100 seeds

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