As we followed the dike, the air was sweet with the perfume of white alder.
white alder (Alnus rhombifolia) is known simply as alder in the region where it grows.
Beside her whiteness even the snowy petals of the water-lily and the white alder showed yellow tones.
The wood of white alder is five pounds lighter per cubic foot than red alder.
The white alder at this time of year is prodigal of rich and delectable odors.
The white alder ought to be suitable for nearly every purpose for which red alder is used.
The range of white alder extends from northern Idaho to southern California.