Tilia

Tilia 

Lime trees are deciduous trees with broadly ovate or heart-shaped leaves and pendulous clusters of fragrant yellow-green flowers, followed by conspicuous winged fruits.  

Very attractive trees and are very popular in the urban landscapes as they can tolerate a range of conditions such as pollution 

Where to site your Tilia 

These trees need plenty of space to reach their full potential. Perfect for attracting bees and wildlife into the garden 

How to grow your Tilia 

Tilia Like to be in moist but well drained soil and thrive best in full sun or partial shade. 

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    Tilia platyphyllos Rubra has large heart shaped green foliage set against red stems and in summer produces clusters of small fragrant yellow flowers Learn More
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