Product Description

Platanus orientalis (Cinnamon)

When it grows freely, it makes short hull, thick branches and wide hill. The trunk and branches are light gray or greenish gray. The shells of elderly bodies are removed in smaller sheets and poured slowly compared to other types of shells. The open green leaves are 5-7 loops. Lobes are very deep, reaching the middle dam. Their lengths are more than their widths, their ends are sharp. The edges are beautifully coarse toothed or flat. The bottom face of a fully developed leaf is almost hairless. The width of the leaf reaching 10-20 cm is 3-8 cm long and there is a sap that hides the bottom side like funnel and hides in the bud. 2 to 2.5 cm in diameter are located on a long stem.