Trees

Common name Scientific name Family
Alder, Manchurian - Prairie Horizon(TM) Alnus hirsuta cv. 'Harbin' Betulaceae - Birch
Almond, Russian Prunus tenella Rosaceae - Rose
Apple, Common Malus pumila Rosaceae - Rose
Apricot, Manchurian Prunus armeniaca var. mandshurica Rosaceae - Rose
Arborvitae, American Thuja occidentalis Cupressaceae - Cypress
Arborvitae, Siberian Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana' Cupressaceae - Cypress
Aspen, Quaking Populus tremuloides Salicaceae - Willow
Birch, Paper Betula papyrifera Betulaceae - Birch
Black cherry Prunus serotina Rosaceae - Rose
Boxelder Acer negundo Sapindaceae - (Maple)
Buffaloberry, Silver Shepherdia argentea Elaeagnaceae - Oleaster
Caragana (Siberian peashrub) Caragana arborescens Fabaceae - Legume
Cherry, Mongolian Prunus fruticosa Rosaceae - Rose
Cherry, Nanking Prunus tomentosa Rosaceae - Rose
Chokecherry Prunus virginiana Rosaceae - Rose
Chokecherry, Amur Prunus maackii Rosaceae - Rose
Cotoneaster, European Cotoneaster integerrimus Rosaceae - Rose
Cottonwood Populus deltoides Salicaceae - Willow
Crabapple, Flowering Malus hybrids Rosaceae - Rose
Crabapple, Siberian Malus baccata Rosaceae - Rose
Cranberrybush, American Viburnum trilobum Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Currant, Golden (Clove) Ribes odoratum Grossulariaceae - Currant/Gooseberry
Dogwood, Gray Cornus racemosa Cornaceae - Dogwood
Dogwood, Pagoda (a.k.a. Alternate-leaf dogwood) Cornus alternifolia Cornaceae - Dogwood
Dogwood, Redosier Cornus sericea Cornaceae - Dogwood
Douglas-Fir, Rocky Mountain Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca Pinaceae - Pine
Elm, American Ulmus americana Ulmaceae - Elm
Elm, Japanese Ulmus davidiana var. japonica Ulmaceae - Elm
Elm, Siberian Ulmus pumila Ulmaceae - Elm
Euonymus, Winterberry Euonymus bungeana Celastraceae - Bittersweet
Forsythia, Meadowlark Forsythia x 'Meadowlark' Oleaceae - Olive
Hackberry, Common Celtis occidentalis (Cannabaceae) - Hackberry
Hawthorn, Arnold Crataegus arnoldiana Rosaceae - Rose
Hawthorn - 'Snowbird' Crataegus x mordenensis 'Snowbird' Rosaceae - Rose
Hawthorn - 'Toba' Crataegus x mordenensis 'Toba' Rosaceae - Rose
Honeysuckle, Amur Lonicera maackii Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Honeysuckle, Freedom Lonicera x 'Freedom' Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Indigo, False Amorpha fruticosa Fabaceae - Legume
Ironwood (American Hop-hornbeam) Ostrya virginiana Betulaceae - Birch
Juneberry (Saskatoon, Serviceberry) Amelanchier alnifolia Rosaceae - Rose
Juniper, Creeping Juniperus horizontalis Cupressaceae - Cypress
Juniper, Rocky Moutain Juniperus scopulorum Cupressaceae - Cypress
Juniper, Savin Juniperus sabina Cupressaceae - Cypress
Larch, Siberian Larix sibirica Pinaceae - Pine
Lilac, Common Syringa vulgaris Oleaceae - Olive
Lilac, Pekin Syringa pekinensis Oleaceae - Olive
Linden, American (Basswood) Tilia americana (Malvaceae) - Linden
Linden - 'Harvest Gold' Tilia x mongolica 'Harvest Gold' (Malvaceae) - Linden
Linden, Littleleaf Tilia cordata (Malvaceae) - Linden
Maple, Silver Acer saccharinum Sapindaceae - (Maple)
Maple, Tatarian Acer tataricum Sapindaceae - (Maple)
Mountain-ash, European Sorbus aucuparia Rosaceae - Rose
Mountain-ash, Showy Sorbus decora Rosaceae - Rose
Pine, Jack Pinus banksiana Pinaceae - Pine
Pine, Limber Pinus flexilis Pinaceae - Pine
Pine, Lodgepole Pinus contorta var. latifolia Pinaceae - Pine
Pine, Mugo Pinus mugo Pinaceae - Pine
Pine, Ponderosa Pinus ponderosa Pinaceae - Pine
Pine, Scotch Pinus sylvestris Pinaceae - Pine
Plum, American Prunus americana Rosaceae - Rose
Poplar, Hybrid Populus hybrids Salicaceae - Willow
Poplar, White Populus alba Salicaceae - Willow
Red-cedar, Eastern Juniperus virginiana Cupressaceae - Cypress
Rose, Hansen Hedge Rosa species Rosaceae - Rose
Rose, Rugosa Rosa rugosa Rosaceae - Rose
Russian-olive Elaeagnus angustifolia Elaeagnaceae - Oleaster
Sandcherry, Western Prunus besseyi Rosaceae - Rose
Sea-buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides Elaeagnaceae - Oleaster
Serviceberry, Allengheny Amelanchier laevis Rosaceae - Rose
Serviceberry - 'Autumn Brilliance' Amelanchier x grandiflora cv. 'Autumn Brilliance' Rosaceae - Rose
Silverberry Elaeagnus commutata Elaeagnaceae - Oleaster
Spirea, Vanhoutte Spiraea x vanhouttei Rosaceae - Rose
Spruce, Black Hills Picea glauca var. densata Pinaceae - Pine
Spruce, Colorado (Blue) Picea pungens Pinaceae - Pine
Sumac, Fragrant Rhus aromatica Anacardiaceae - Cashew
Sumac, Skunkbush (Lemonade) Rhus trilobata Anacardiaceae - Cashew
Sumac, Smooth Rhus glabra Anacardiaceae - Cashew
Sumac, Staghorn Rhus typhina Anacardiaceae - Cashew
Viburnum, Arrowwood Viburnum dentatum Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Viburnum, Nannyberry Viburnum lentago Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Viburnum, Wayfaring Tree Viburnum lantana Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Walnut, Black Juglans nigra Juglandaceae - Walnut
Willow, Golden Salix alba 'Vitellina' Salicaceae - Willow
Willow, Laurel Salix pentandra Salicaceae - Willow
Willow, Redstem Salix alba Chermesina Salicaceae - Willow
Willow, Sandbar Salix interior Salicaceae - Willow
Willow, White Salix alba Salicaceae - Willow
Buckeye, Ohio Aesculus glabra Hippocastanaceae - Buckeye
Catalpa, Northern Catalpa speciosa Bignoniaceae - Catalpa
Coffeetree, Kentucky Gymnocladus dioicus Fabaceae - Legume
Cranberrybush, European Viburnum opulus Caprifoliaceae - Honeysuckle
Fir, White (Concolor) Abies concolor Pinaceae - Pine
Honeylocust, Common Gleditsia triacanthos Fabaceae - Legume
Lilac, Japanese Tree Syringa reticulata Oleaceae - Olive
Lilac, Late Syringa villosa Oleaceae - Olive
Maple, Amur Acer ginnala Sapindaceae - (Maple)
Oak, Bur Quercus macrocarpa Fagaceae - Beech
Oak, Mongolian Quercus mongolica Fagaceae - Beech
Pear, Ussurian (Harbin) Pyrus ussuriensis Rosaceae - Rose
Potentilla (Shrubby Cinquefoil) Potentilla fruticosa Rosaceae - Rose

Alder, Manchurian - Prairie Horizon(TM) - Alnus hirsuta cv. 'Harbin'

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The most drought tolerant alder evaluated in NDSU trials. Rapid-growing, medium-sized tree with lush dark green leaves. Bark is gray and beech-like.  Purple catkins and clusters of brown, cone-like fruit add interest to the tree throughout winter. Available in nursery trade. Tree mulching recommended. Prairie Horizon® will reach a height of 25 feet in 18 to 20 years. 

General
Family Betulaceae - Birch
Hardiness To Zone 3
Leaves Deciduous
Plant Type Tree
Growth
Growth Rate Medium
Mature Height 25-45'
Longevity n/a
Power Line No
Ornamental
Flowers Inconspicuous
Flower Color n/a
Fall Color Yellow
Fruit Color Brown
Tolerances
Shade n/a
Drought n/a
Flooding n/a
NDSU NDSU