Black Alder (Alnus glutinosa)
Tree, deciduous broadleaf
Origin : Europe, Northern Africa, Western Asia
Environment : still water areas (ponds and swamps) up to 800 m.
Climate : temperate, mild, warm
According to an ancient legend, the Black Alder hosts the Evil spirit. The leaves soon turn to a dark shade of green (hence the “black” name). It has been widely planted for land reclamation of swamp areas. The wood is waterproof and as such extensively used for ships. Often found in mixed woods with willows and poplars.
Model 1 specs: 21 meters
Model 2 specs: 14 meters
Model 3 specs: 5.5 meters