Little Leaf Linden, Tilia cordata

Features heart-shaped leaves that are lopsided at the base, usually 2–3" long with somewhat saw-toothed margins. Leaf color shifts from light green to glossy dark green to yellow throughout the seasons.
Offers great shade due to a dense canopy.
Should be watered during dry periods, especially when young.
Is sensitive to road salt.


Special features:  

Produces clusters of yellowish flowers that hang down on a long stalk attached to a leaf-like wing. The flowers give off a very noticeable, pleasant fragrance.
Blooms in the summer, after most trees have finished. Serves as a great source of nectar and pollen for bees and other pollinators.



Grows in a pyramidal to oval shape. Mature height 50’


*Please note tree sizes are given as an average only.  Variables to growth include, water availabilty, nutrition and site.

Little Leaf Linden, Tilia cordata