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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...

Image of Tilia americana

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...

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...

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 x euchlora photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Caucasian Lime, Crimean Linden)

Glossy dark green leaves that are heart-shaped with bristle-tooth edges are notable characteristic of the crimean linden, as is the sweet odor of its late spring flowers. A hybrid deciduous tree, it is the result of a mid-19th century cross of little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata) with the big-leaf linden (Tilia dasystyla). Its smooth, dark gray bark is stately and muscular and forms a pyramid-like tree that also is slightly rounded.

The dark glossy green leaves are shaped like...

Image of Tilia x europaea photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Lime, European Linden)

Elegant and stately when seen in a park or lining a boulevard, European linden is a versatile shade and specimen tree for spacious landscapes. A large deciduous tree, it is a hybrid that occurred in garden settings in Europe between Tilia platyphyllos and Tilia cordata. The bark is smooth and gray, with age becoming ridged and furrowed.

The deep green leaves are heart-shaped with tiny teeth on their edges and with long stems. The base of each leaf is unequal. In midsummer,...

(Hybrid Linden, Linden)

Glossy dark green leaves that have a heart shape is a noticeable characteristic of the hybrid linden, as is the sweet odor of its late spring flowers. A hybrid deciduous tree, it is the result of the cross of American basswood (Tilia americana) with the little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata). Its smooth, dark gray bark is stately and muscular. The dark glossy green leaves are shaped like a heart and collectively make a coarse-textured tree. In late spring or early summer, pendent branched...

(Glenleven Linden, Hybrid Linden, Linden)

Growing rapidly into a loosely pyramidal medium-sized tree, this hybrid of American basswood (Tilia americana) and little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata) offers exceptional cold-hardiness, handsome deciduous foliage, and fragrant early-summer flowers. The medium- to dark-green leaves have pale undersides and toothed edges. Fall color is dull yellow. The pendent branched clusters of small pale yellow flowers attract numerous honeybees. Relatively few fruits are produced. This straight-trunked...

Image of Toxicodendron radicans photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Poison Ivy)

Poison ivy is the bane of the American hiker, camper, gardener or general outdoors person. The whole plant is poisonous to the touch and induces a nasty skin rash that can be quite severe depending on the sensitivity of the person touching it. This North American native is a common, weedy, deciduous liana (woody vine) that can be found everywhere from moist or dry meadows, woodlands, roadsides or disturbed sites. Its stems produce clinging, aerial roots that help the vine ascend the tallest tree...

Image of Trifolium repens photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(White Clover)

A familiar herbaceous perennial found in moist meadows in its native Eurasia and in lawns throughout the temperate zones, Dutch clover spreads rapidly by creeping, rooting stems to form large mats of three-parted foliage. It bears cranberry-sized heads of pink-tinged white flowers from spring to fall. Bees throng the fragrant blooms. A member of the legume family, it is valuable for adding nitrogen to the soil via symbiotic bacteria. Several cultivars are available including the purple-leaved form...