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Alnus incana 'Aurea' (Multistem Airpot/RB 250-300 cm Specimen 2)
Grey Alder 

Alnus incana 'Aurea' (Multistem Airpot/RB 250-300 cm Specimen 2)
Common name

Grey Alder

Group

Trees

Family

Betulaceae

Description

Grey Alder. A narrowly conical tree with yellow leaves; pale green in summer. Orange stems and catkins in winter.A narrowly conical tree with yellow leaves; pale green in summer. Pendent yellow-brown male catkins open before the leaves on orange stems. Max Height 10m. Max Spread 5m. Flowers January to March. Full sun. Hardy. Plant in hole large enough to avoid disturbing root ball.

Characteristics

Growth habit
Narrowly conical
Fragrance
No
Hardiness
Hardy
Toxicity
Harmful if eaten

Size

Growth speed
Fast
Ultimate height
10m
Ultimate spread
5m

Colour

Flowers
Yellow in January; March
Foliage
Green - Deciduous
Fruit
Green in August; September
 

Growing your plants

Aspect
Full sun Shelter from strong winds
Soil
Fertile
Moisture
Moist; Well drained
Propagation
Division
Usage
Barrier and screening
Planting
Plant in hole large enough to avoid disturbing root ball

Caring for your plants

Pruning
Late winter Remove any dead or diseased wood; Remove crossing branches to help framework
Maintenance
Re-pot if necessary in spring using a suitable potting compost
Care
Keep moist in first year
Pests & diseases
Mealy bugs; Scale

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Multistem Airpot/RB 250-300 cm --- £309.08 £ 2