- Common Name(s):
- Japanese alder
Tough, adaptable plant; few pest problems; tolerates short-term flooding; flower and fruiting best in full sun
- 12-25 ft.
- Yellow-brown to red-brown catkins (male flowers); female flowers on short, purplish-brown strobili which persist until winter
- Sun to partial shade; range of soil types including wet and infertile soil
- Slender, narrow, upright habit
- 8-12 ft.
- Oval, narrow leaves
NCCES plant id: 1909