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With gingham-clad tables shaded by ancient plane trees in a quaint, cobbled courtyard this place captivates from the off.
The Alley will have 65 plane trees - a tree of knowledge - symbol of DIS.
60 plane trees aged over 170 years have already been cut down, with plans to make that number 160, said protesters.
Plane trees are generally propagated through cuttings (Gordienko, 2000).
The London plane trees that surround me have burst into leaf, a horse chestnut is proudly displaying its flowers and I have a dramatic view of Battersea Power Station.
Joe Swift, left and ,above, with the plane trees species he will use to form structure in his Chelsea show garden
It has vibrant, colourful markets and crowded cafe terraces nestling under plane trees, while majestic Mont St Victoire, immortalised by Cezanne, towers over all.
The famous Berkeley Square tree, will help spawn a new generation of London Plane trees.
Approached from within the hospital grounds, a line of mature London plane trees lead the way to the first (entrance) court.
Birch and plane trees are the main culprits of the grey fever epidemic, often found in streets and parks in urban environments.
Stretching out past the hotel to the left is a shady boulevard of palm and plane trees, where there is a fruit, vegetable and clothes market of more than 300 stalls every Wednesday.