A rapidly growing species that generally grows straight up and can tolerate a lot of frost. It’s a species that’s planted a lot because you can soon have a big tree in your garden.
You can plant it well in a wind girth because he can tolerate quite a bit of wind. Also lime-rich soil is not a problem but not necessary. It prefers to be in a sunny place but can tolerate some shade. The rate of growth may be a little less.
|Solitary||Yes, but can also be planted as a windgir.|
|Tribe/Bark||Brown/grayish bark. Something spotted.|
|Sheet color/shape||Blue grey; Small, oval|
|Flowering||Bunches, small white flowers|
|Hardy to max.||-18°C|