Nepalese Alder is a deciduous tree native to Nepal. It is a species of alder that grows in the Himalayan region, particularly in moist and mountainous areas. Nepalese Alder is not a fruit-bearing tree. It features broad, toothed leaves and a tall, slender trunk. The tree is valued for its timber, which is used for construction, furniture, and fuelwood. Additionally, the roots of the Nepalese Alder have nitrogen-fixing properties, making it beneficial for soil enrichment and ecological restoration efforts. The presence of Nepalese Alder contributes to the biodiversity and ecological balance of Nepal’s forests.