American Basswood

Tilia americana
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Moderate
  • Height Height 50 to 80
  • Width Height 30 to 50

American Basswood or Linden is a durable canopy tree which can often be mistaken for an oak when grown the forest. Non-native Tilia cordata or T. tomentosa is often used as a street tree due to its smaller size but A. basswood should not be overlooked. Yellow fragrant flowers are very popular with bees and other pollinators. Songbirds and other wildlife use the seeds as a food source.

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Description

American Basswood or Linden is a durable canopy tree which can often be mistaken for an oak when grown the forest. Non-native Tilia cordata or T. tomentosa is often used as a street tree due to its smaller size but A. basswood should not be overlooked. Yellow fragrant flowers are very popular with bees and other pollinators. Songbirds and other wildlife use the seeds as a food source.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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