The leaves are distinctively heart-shaped. The small yellow-green flowers grow in clusters in early summer and have a rich, heavy scent; the trees are much visited by bees. Tree grows 60-100 feet hi.
Latin Name: Tilia cordata , Discount Pricing: Perfect for Farmers, Hobbyists, re-Sellers, Promotions.From late June through mid-July, this Tilia dangles creamy-yellow, star-shaped flowers beneath its pale-green branches. Hardy to Zone 3
Botanical Characteristics: Bonsai, Fragrant Flowering, Street Tree, Honey Bee Food, Fall Color, Shade Tree, Hedge Plant, Urban Tolerant
Features: Popular as both a shade tree with its dense canopy, an ornamental tree with its architectural shape
The flowers are pollinated by Bees.It is noted for attracting wildlife.
Growing Instructions: Soak in hot tap for 24 hours,warm stratify 90 days, cold stratify f90 days, sow seed 3/8" deep