- Bare root supplied in 60-100cm lengths
- Large, deciduous, broad-leaved tree
- Can grow to a height of 35 metres
- Tolerant of wind and coastal exposure
- Produces greenish-yellow flowers in hanging branched clusters
Acer Pseudoplatanus, also known as the Sycamore, is a flowering plant species in the soapberry and lychee family. It is a large deciduous, broad-leaved tree, tolerant of wind and coastal exposure. The Sycamore can grow to a height of 35 metres and its branches form a broad, rounded crown. It features a grey, smooth bark when young but becomes rougher with age and breaks up into scales, exposing the pale-brown/pink inner bark. Its leaves grow on long leafstalks and are large and palmate, with 5 large radiating lobes. The flowers are greenish-yellow and are produced in hanging branched clusters.
|WEIGHT :||1.000 KG|