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Wednesday, 21/12/2016

Provenance matters when it comes to food. At Botanica, we believe that provenance is just as important for plants. If a plant says it is UK grown it is not the same as having UK provenance.


"Many thanks for the delivetry of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today.."
Thank you.
M Brown


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Alder Common Tree - Alnus glutinosa

£1.65  -  £145.00

Native to Britain, it grows wild on riversides and in damp, boggy places. Beautiful in February and March when it is covered in soft yellow catkins.

Alder Italian - Alnus cordata


The lovely fresh apple green rounded leaves gives this easy going medium sized tree a good feel in any garden, introduced from Southern Italy about 1820.

£6.50  -  £110.15

A very adaptable and handsome tree, quick growing and very useful as a windbreak in tough conditions. It has leaves with a downy grey underside.

£42.00  -  £186.25

A rare and unusual medium sized Alder from the Sichuan region of China

Alnus glutinosa Imperialis

£16.50  -  £132.25

A handsome medium-sized tree. One of the most attractive and graceful of its form with deeply and finely cut leaves.

£12.50  -  £48.00

An unusual and not often seen Alder. Very similar in all parts to A. incana but with larger and deeper lobed leaves.

Alnus incana Aurea

£3.95  -  £315.00

Quite a charming tree with young shoots and foliage coloured yellow. Producing decorative catkins conspicuously red tinted.


Another very collectable and uncommon Alder makes a large and attractive tree catkins appear very early in the year often as early as January

Alnus nitida


Himalayan Alder, not commonly available, the Himalayan Alder makes a medium sized tree producing long catkins in the autumn (quite unusual), introduced about 1882.


The 'White alder'. A very attractive medium-sized to large tree with a spreading nature. Often producing interesting diamond-shaped, downy but shiny leaves. Its foliage produces a wonderful warm, spicy scent.

Alnus rubra


A graceful tree from North America introduced in about 1880, with masses of decorative catkins in March. Can be used effectively as a windbreak or makes a fine individual specimen. Very fast growing.


The 'Sitka alder'. Makes a small tree or large shrub with attractively thin, broad, double-toothed leaves. The conspicuous male catkins are up to 23cm long and hang in great profusion. Whilst its bark is striking metallic-grey.

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