Ronald (Norlin) Linden - $25

Tilia cordata 'Ronald'

3 in stock

Family :
Tiliacea
Origin :
Exotic
Hardiness :
3a
Exposition :
Sun or partial shade
Height at maturity :
14 m
Spread at maturity :
8 m
Spacing requirement from power lines and infrastructure :
4 m
Crown shape :
Broad, pyramidal shape with a symmetrical and slender form.
Growth rate :
Fast
Soil and moisture :
Loamy, well-drained soil; Slightly humid; Slightly alkaline.
Roots :
Deep root system
Tolerance to pollution :
Low
Tolerance to road salts :
Low
Tolerance to spray salts :
Low
Tolerance to compaction :
Low
Common problems (disease, fungus, insects) :
Good resistance to diseases.
Special comments :
Drought resistant; Use: Shade, narrow streets.

LEAVES

Dark green, dentate, heart-shaped foliage. Golden autumn coloring.

FLOWERS

Fragrant yellow flowers in June.

FRUITS

Small light brown nut on a pendulous stem producing sparse seeds.

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