Tilia tomentosa (Silver Linden)
Tilia tomentosa (Silver Linden) : The leaves of the silver linden are dark green above and silvery-white underneath. It is suitable for use as a street tree. Pollinators are drawn to the aromatic blooms. Beautiful shade tree with light grey,...
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Tilia platyphyllos (Bigleaf Linden)
The deciduous tree Tilia platyphyllos is endemic to much of Europe. It's commonly used as a decorative tree in parks, as well as a shade or lawn tree. It has become established in many parts of North America, most notably...
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Tilia mandshurica (Mandchurian Linden)
Up to 20 m tall, large tree with a circular crown. The young twigs have purplish red hair that is silky and felt-like. The leaves have a pointy tip and are wide oval to crooked heart-shaped. The top is brilliant...
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Tilia cordata (Littleleaf Linden)
Tilia cordata ( Small-leaved Lime , occasionally Small-leaved Linden) is a species of Tilia native to much of Europe and western Asia , north to southern Great Britain (north to about Durham ), central Scandinavia , east to central Russia...
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Tilia amurensis (Amur Linden)
The Amur Linden is a medium-sized shade tree that may reach a height of 50 to 75 feet. It's a Korean and Russian native. In June, its fragrant white blooms appear. Butterflies, bees, and birds flock to the Amur Linden....
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