Within the Alnus glutinosa article...

f. quercifolia (Willd.) Koehne

Upper part of the leaves with triangular, toothed lobes, the deepest not reaching more than one-third of the way to the midrib. Plants of this form were distributed early in the nineteenth century by Loddiges’ nursery and are also found wild in Scandinavia.


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