So around my wetland I wanted to plant some water-tolerant trees. In my village, hazelnut and hawthorne grows along rivers.
So I am going to plant hazelnut and hawthorne a few meters uphill from the wetland and I want to accompany them with a nitrogen fixer.
I've looked through a lot of lists of nitrogen fixers but I wanted some suggestions from personal experience. Im planting in a location where I don't want anything too tall (so no grey alder here) so I need a nitrogen-fixing shrub or small tree whose roots would be within reaching distance of the soil of the wetland and who during heavy rainfall events may be temporarily waterlogged.
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