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HEIGHT:60 - 70 feet
SPREAD:30 - 40 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Heart-shaped leaves smaller than T. americana; formal, pyramidal canopy when young, rounding with age; small fragrant flowers attract bees; prefers well-drained soil; tolerates a range of soil pH; pollution tolerant; a good street and urban tree.
LIMITATIONS:Needs space to reach mature size.
HARDINESS:SE, SC (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Europe
CULTIVARS:Tilia dasystyla (Tilia x euchlora) Crimean Linden; reaches 40'-60' tall and 20'-30' wide; formal canopy; good street tree; tolerates pollution and dry soil; avoid grafted trees, produce suckers at the base; hardy in SE;
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