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50 Italian Alder Hedging 2-3ft ,Alnus Cordata Trees.Very Quick Wind Break Hedge

£59.99

Expected release date is 1st Nov 2020

50 Italian Alder / Alnus Cordata Plants 60-90cm

2-3ft Bare-Rooted

2 year old

 

These are  bare rooted plants which can be planted from October until April and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant.The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year.

 

Anyone looking for a suitable tree for damp or wet soil will find the Italian alder makes an ideal choice.Its leaves are dark green glossy and 5cm across. 7.5cm yellow catkins form on the plants which also produce 3cm brown woody cones.

 

Growing Details:

Common Name: Italian alder
Genus: Alnus
Species: cordata
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy, Wind tolerant
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Moist, Boggy
Height: 24m
Spread: 100cm
Time to plant seeds: October to May

GREY AND ITALIAN ALDER MAKE VERY GOOD SHELTER HEDGES AND ARE WIDELY USED TO PROTECT FRUIT ORCHARDS.

 

Description:

It makes a handsome, medium-sized tree that stands around 25m tall and is often grown as a multi-stemmed specimen. It has lustrous green leaves with serrated edges and attractive male catkins which decorate the bare branches from autumn to spring.

 

For the bare root planting instructions, please click here.

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  1. Excellent sturdy plants 5

    Posted by Amac47 on 13th Feb 2018

    Plants arrived the day after I placed my order. Plants of good size and quality with sturdy root system.

  2. Excellent 5

    Posted by JAnet on 11th Dec 2017

    The trees arrived well packed and very fresh looking, due to snow they are now heeled in till it clears, they all have large root systems so I should expect them to romp away once planted.

  3. Excellent 5

    Posted by JAnet on 11th Dec 2017

    The trees arrived well packed and very fresh looking, due to snow they are now heeled in till it clears, they all have large root systems so I should expect them to romp away once planted.