Mountain Alder is small deciduous tree that grows from Tulare County in the Sierras to Alaska and into the Rocky Mountains. Mountain Alder frequents the stream banks and north slopes. If you are a fly fisherman, this is the tree you got your fly stuck in as it is the most common alder in the mountains. Why are we planting birch from Europe, maples from Japan, when we have these neat little trees all our own? syn. Alnus tenuifolia, Alnus tenuifolia var. occidentalis, Alnus incana subsp. rugosa var. occidentalis.
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Alnus incana tenuifolia Thinleaf alder tolerates seasonal flooding.
Alnus incana tenuifolia Thinleaf alder's foliage color is green and type is deciduous.
Communities for Alnus incana tenuifolia Thinleaf alder:Douglas Fir Forest, Red Fir Forest, Mixed-evergreen Forest, Riparian (rivers & creeks) and Yellow Pine Forest.
|ph:||4.00 to 7.00|
|usda:||5 to 9|
|height[m]:||1.00 to 3.00|
|width[m]:||1.00 to 2.00|
|rainfall[cm]:||100.00 to 300.00|
Last edited on 2012-01-08 18:10:09.