In America the black alder is often met in horticultural varieties.
Smooth winterberry: is really another ilex, Ilex lævigata, a larger bush than Ilex verticillata, the black alder or winterberry.
The cranberry vines and huckleberry bushes were pure crimson, the black alder berries scarlet, and the ferns burnt-orange.
An allied species, Rhamnus Frangula, is also common in England, and is known as berry-bearing or black alder.
Prinos verticillatus (black alder), 1857, now placed with Ilex by Gray, 2d ed.
On a sprig of black alder I found one—the same little fellow as of old, afflicted with the peculiarities of all his progenitors.
The black alder, Alnus glutinosa Gaertn., a European tree, has been planted near ponds.
They are black alder, and have the same kind ov a taper that a rat tarrier's tale duz.
An inferior article is made from the juice of black alder, and of evergreen privet.
You need not change your flies; the cast which you have on—governor, and black alder—will take, if anything will.