The flowers of Tilia cordata
The flowers of Tilia cordata
Mature Tilia cordata planted as an avenue
An avenue of mature Tilia cordata
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Tilia cordata

Tilia cordata

Small Leaved Lime, Little Leaved Linden

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Tilia cordata, known as Small Leaved Lime, is a majestic UK native that is great for avenues or parkland planting and also a good host for mistletoe.

Lime is a particularly versatile tree, tolerating pollarding and even being confined to a pleached frame.

It grows readily on light or heavy soils and will put up with temporarily soaking ground.

Abundant green glossy leaves turn a clear yellow in the autumn before leaf fall.

Creamy white flowers are produced in July, and being native,

Tilia cordata is well adapted to support a huge range of wildlife.

Mature height: 20m+

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Small Leaved Lime, Little Leaved Linden
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