It is easy to imagine why growers may become alarmed when mature shade trees begin showing signs of perceived distress in the form of bark loss, as in the case of bark coming off plane trees. Click this article to find out what can be done for plane tree bark loss.
Long-lived and vigorous, plane trees do not commonly come to mind regarding the use of their timber. However, like many ornamental landscape plantings, these trees also have quite the reputation for their use in furniture making and in lumber mills. Learn more here.
Tree propagation through hardwood cutting is a simple way for beginner gardeners to begin expanding their growing prowess. Like many species, plane trees are excellent candidates for propagation by cuttings. Lean more about this endeavor in the following article.
The plane tree is a member of the sycamore family and bears the scientific name Platanus x acerifolia. It is a tough, hardy tree with a lovely straight trunk and green leaves that are lobed like the leaves of oak trees. Click here for more plane tree information.
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