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Image of Tilia americana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(American Basswood)

One of the queens of eastern North America's deciduous forests, basswood has large heart-like leaves, deliciously fragrant summertime flowers and an overall majestic structure. A large deciduous tree with a straight trunk, it is more cone-shaped when youthful but matures to a large, rounded to wide-spreading specimen. The bark is gray and smooth at first, becoming gray-brown with distinctive long, furrowed ridges.

In early summer it bears conspicuous, pale greenish yellow flower bracts and clusters...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(American Basswood, American Linden, Redmond Linden)

One of the queens of eastern North America's deciduous forests, basswood has large heart-like leaves, deliciously fragrant summertime flowers and a dense, majestic structure. A large deciduous tree with a straight trunk, 'Redmond' is cone-shaped when youthful but matures to a large, broad, pyramid-like specimen. The bark is gray and smooth at first, becoming gray-brown with distinctive long, furrowed ridges.

In early summer 'Redmond' bears modest but many clusters of small, yellowish, highly...

(American Basswood)

One of the queens of eastern North America's deciduous forests, white basswood has large heart-like leaves with dense white hairs on their undersides, deliciously fragrant summertime flowers and an overall majestic structure. A large deciduous tree with a straight trunk, it is more cone-shaped when youthful but matures to a large, rounded to wide-spreading specimen. The bark is gray and smooth at first, becoming gray-brown with distinctive long, furrowed ridges. Some botanists have placed this variety...

Image of Tilia cordata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Heartleaf Linden, Littleleaf Linden)

Elegant and stately when seen in a park or lining a boulevard, littleleaf linden is a versatile shade and specimen tree for spacious landscapes. A large deciduous tree from Europe and the Caucasus where it is celebrated, it becomes an upright tree with a broad pyramind-like stature. The bark is grayish brown and is ridged and furrowed; its branching is dense and upward reaching.

The dark green leaves are wide ovals that taper to a point. Glossy, the leaf edges are lined in tiny teeth. There are...

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Mark A. Miller

(Greenspire Linden, Heartleaf Linden, Littleleaf Linden)

Elegant and stately when seen in a park or lining a boulevard, Greenspire linden is a versatile shade and specimen tree for many landscapes. A medium to large deciduous tree from Europe and the Caucasus, this selection becomes an upright tree with a cone-like stature. The bark is grayish brown and is ridged and furrowed; its branching is dense and upward reaching.

The dark green leaves are wide ovals that taper to a point. Glossy, the leaf edges are lined in tiny teeth. There are tufts of tiny...

Image of Tilia mongolica photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Mongolian Linden)

One of the smaller-growing lindens, the uniquely shaped foliage of the Mongolian linden looks more like ivy. This deciduous large rounded shrub to small tree is native to Mongolia, northern China and adjacent eastern Siberia. Its exfoliating corky gray bark lines the upright, seemingly steadfast branches and trunk.

The leaves of this species would lend you to believe it is not a linden whatsoever. Each blade emerges reddish and unfurls to become a glossy dark green leaf that is rounded with tipped...

Image of Tilia petiolaris photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Pendent Silver Linden)

Handsome in stature and with lovely glossy green foliage that flashes its silvery underside in the wind, pendent silver linden is one of the grandest shade trees with golden fall color. A rounded deciduous tree with branches that mildly droop, this species' origins is debatable, as some regard it as a form of silver linden (Tilia tomentosa). The bark is smooth and gray and becomes more corky and furrowed with age.

The heart-shaped leaves have small jagged teeth on their edges. Glossy...

Image of Tilia platyphyllos photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Bigleaf Linden, Largeleaf Lime, Largeleaf Linden)

Elegant and stately when seen in a park or lining a boulevard, bigleaf linden is a versatile shade and specimen tree for spacious landscapes. A large deciduous tree from Europe where it is celebrated, it becomes an upright tree with a broad column-like stature. Although called "bigleaf", the size of its leaves are only marginally larger than other lindens called "littleleaf". The bark is sandy brown to brown and is ridged and furrowed; the young twigs are red-brown and hairy, one of this species'...

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Jessie Keith

(Cut-leaf Largeleaf Linden, Laciniate Largeleaf Linden)

Elegant and stately when seen in a park or lining a boulevard, cut-leaf bigleaf linden is a versatile shade and specimen tree for spacious landscapes. A large deciduous tree from Europe, it becomes an upright tree with a cone-like stature. The bark is sandy brown to brown and is ridged and furrowed; the young twigs are red-brown and hairy, one of this species' distinguishing features.

The dark green leaves look shredded. Glossy, the leaf has many very large teeth and a lower, irregular, blob-like...

Image of Tilia tomentosa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Silver Linden)

Grown for its handsome foliage that flutters and flashes with the slightest breeze, this medium to large deciduous tree is also valued for its symmetrical habit and fragrant summer flowers. It is native to Southwest Asia and Southeast Europe and is commonly grown as a street and park tree.

The green, glossy, heart-shaped leaves of silver linden have fuzzy, silver-gray undersides that shimmer as they turn in the wind. In early summer clusters of small, fragrant, creamy-white blossoms dangle from...