Flora of Northern Ireland
Laburnum alpinum x anagyroides (L. x watereri)
© Paul Hackney
Laburnum alpinum x anagyroides (L. x watereri)
© Paul Hackney
Laburnum alpinum x anagyroides (L. x watereri)
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

Now much the commonest laburnum grown in gardens, and probably the commonest in "wild" situations. In certain areas (e.g. about Slieve Gallion in Co Londonderry) it was planted as a hedging plant about 150 years ago so that long lengths of hedge are composed entirely of this tree. It is a fertile hybrid.

All names: Laburnum alpinum x anagyroides (L. x watereri) (Wettst.) Dippel; Laburnum x watereri (Wettst.) Dippel; Laburnum alpinum x anagyroides