Alnus incana ‘Laciniata’
Alnus incana ‘Laciniata’ or Cut leaf alder can be a multiple-stemmed tree with an upright central leader, creating an irregular, ovoid crown. Both the trunk and the young twigs are grey. The alternate leaves are light green and very deeply dissected. The undersides are hairy to velvety, just like the twigs. Buds are short stalked and the inflorescence consists of ± 0.5 cm inconspicuous female catkins and ± 7 cm purplish male catkins with yellow pollen. The grey
brown strobiles appear in autumn and are held all winter. Planted in 2004.
25.00 Location E7 Latitude:-38.4028859500000 Longitude: 146.053740900000