Acer pseudoplatanus

Acer pseudoplatanus – a deciduous tree 30-40 m high and therefore suitable for large gardens and areas. Its treetop is oval and lush. The leaves are opposite of each other, large (10-20 cm) with five lobes and serrated edges, dark green on the face, gray-green on the reverse. It comes from an area of ​​humid climate and warm soil. As it gets older, its bark cracks in rags, like a plane tree, the one it was named after. It is resistant to urban pollution and is fast growing.

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