palmate lobed, dark green, underside white and felt-like
solitary, street tree, for landscapes
Устойчивость к ветру:
The Netherlands, 1956
A cross between P. alba and P. alba 'Pyramidalis', forming a broad pyramidal crown with a straight trunk. The branches hang down somewhat when the tree ages. Growth is rapid in the early years but slows down later. The bark is dark grey-green and becomes rough at an early age. Adult specimens attain a height of 15 - 20 m. The palmate lobed leaves are dark green with white felt-like hairs on the underside. When the leaves first emerge they are light green with grey hairs. The autumn colour is yellow. The tree produces flowers in the form of female catkins. Used in urban areas as solitary and street tree, but is also planted in landscapes. Shows little sensitivity to wind and can take dry conditions. The tree prefers a loamy, moist and humic soil. Very sensitive to bacterial canker but less sensitive to leaf spot disease.