This plant has no fragrance
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Oriental Plane Overview
Platanus orientalis is a large tree species in the Platanaceae family. Commonly known by the name Oriental Plane, this plant is well suited to larger gardens where its presence and majesty can be appreciated.
Common problems with Oriental Plane
Can be susceptible to diseases including cancers and Plane tree anthracnose.
How to harvest Oriental Plane
Generally not harvested
How to propagate Oriental Plane
Insert 25cm long hardwood cuttings of matured tissue in open ground at or after leaf fall. Rooting takes place by the spring; or insert similar hardwood cuttings in spring with bottom heat and misters.
Special features of Oriental Plane
Many birds nest or roost in the large trees.
Make a wonderful lane boarding sides of a road or hedging for privacy on property edges if possible.
Huge root system can help survive dry times after it is established.
Yellow leaves change the green canopy during Autumn.
Other uses of Oriental Plane
Bark and interesting leaves