Alnus Serrulata, Hazel Alder
Live Stakes are Easy to Care for
Hazel Alder Live Stakes are a versatile plant because it can be classified as both a shrub or tree. The veins on the leaves are distinct because they go in opposite directions at an angle. The fruit will ripen in the later part of fall as the winter passes the fruit will continue to grow and look similar to a small pinecone. The blooms are called catkins, and the female catkins are red while the males are green. The shrub grows into a thick, dense bush that can be pruned to any size you prefer. This tree can adapt to various soils.
It is known for its smooth bark. Most people who see this tree can recognize it by its bark alone. It cannot tolerate dry conditions or little water if you live in areas where water is a problem make sure you keep a regular watering schedule. It takes around ten years for it to reach full maturity. It has dark green foliage with small flowers. It prefers partial shade to full sun.
Hazel Alder live stakes is a great and easy way to get this shrub or small tree to grow.
Live stakes are easy to plant. They require little maintenance and are not prone to diseases or unwanted pests. The hazel alder tree requires very little maintenance.