Alnus × fallacina Callier

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Credits

Tim Baxter & Hugh A. McAllister (2024)

Recommended citation
Baxter, T. & McAllister, H.A. (2024), 'Alnus × fallacina' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/alnus/alnus-x-fallacina/). Accessed 2024-04-22.

Genus

  • Alnus
  • A. serrulata × A. incana subsp. rugosa

Glossary

pubescent
Covered in hairs.

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Credits

Tim Baxter & Hugh A. McAllister (2024)

Recommended citation
Baxter, T. & McAllister, H.A. (2024), 'Alnus × fallacina' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/alnus/alnus-x-fallacina/). Accessed 2024-04-22.

Distribution  United States New York, Ohio, Vermont (where the parents overlap)

Found in the wild in the north east United States where both parents occur together. It is clearly intermediate between the two, with serrulate, slightly lobed, sparsely pubescent leaves and with fruit larger than in A. serrulata. It is probably not in cultivation.