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Tree & Shrub Club: Deciduous Trees: Tilia

Here are some other cultivars  of the stately Tilia sp. (Linden/Basswood) to consider:

Tilia sp.: Linden/ Basswood

Tilia leaves and spring flowers
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Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

americana ’American Sentry’

American Sentry Basswood. Narrower selection with yellow fall colour.

250cm CT

101.50

 

americana ’Continental Appeal’

Continental Appeal Basswood. Pyramidal shaped tree with broad, dark green leaves that are pale green underneath. Fragrant white flowers in late June. Green and yellow fall color.

45mm CT

181.25

 

americana ’Redmond’

Redmond Linden. A dense pyramidal form that is both hardy and fast growing.

30mm CT

105.85

 

cordata ’Corzam’

Corinthian Corzam Linden. Evenly spaced limbs around a central leader give it a formal shape. Excellent for street planting.

45mm CT

134.85

 

cordata ’Glenleven’

Glenleven Linden. The growth of this species is somewhat faster than 'Littleleaf', and is noted for its straight stem.

40mm CT/WB

120.35

 

60mm CT/WB

192.85

 

cordata ’Greenspire’

Greenspire Linden. As the name suggests, it has a very narrow dense head. The leaves are small and heart-shaped.

200cm CT

75.40

 

50mm CT/WB

156.60

 

60mm CT/WB

192.85

 

70mm CT/WB

250.85

 

cordata ’Summer Sprite’

Summer Sprite Linden. Smaller growing Linden.  Good for under overhead wires.

60mm CT/WB

192.85

 

70mm CT/WB

250.85

 

mongolica ’Harvest Gold’

Harvest Gold Linden. Lovely exfoliating bark, golden buds.

70mm CT/WB

253.75

 

tomentosa ’Sterling Silver’

Sterling Silver Linden. Impressive, sculptured crown. Lustrous dark green leaves with silvery undersides.

45mm CT

137.75

 

Tilia under the canopy perspective