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3-4 cm long Alder Alder Buckthorn altitudes appear in April-May appear in May-June autumn bark berries Bird Cherry branches buds are ovate buds fig catkins Characteristics clusters cm in height common plant crown dark brown deciduous dense downy erect Europe and western European White Elm female flowers finely toothed fissured Flowering takes place flowers appear glands greenish grey Grey Alder grey-brown growing hairy heart-shaped lanceolate Leaf underside leaflets leaves are opposite leaves are ovate lobes longish longish-ovate male catkins male flowers margins Midland Hawthorn native to Britain native tree Norway Spruce numerous pairs of veins petiole plant in Britain Poplar red-brown reddish right).—Distribution roundish scales seeds sepals shiny short shoots shrub small tree Small-leaved Lime smooth soils southern Europe spherical Spindle-tree stalk stems terminal bud tips trees and shrubs trunk twig upperside usually western Asia White Poplar Whitebeam Wild Service Tree woodland Wych Elm yellow yellowish young shoots