Stan's Gardens - Northern Colorado - USA

Tilia americana L.

Review Notes:The fragrance of its blooms is absolutely divine.

Notes from the internet:
The flowers are produced in great abundance from May to June in drooping clusters composed of from 6 to 20 yellowish, very fragrant flowers. At the base of each cluster and grown to its stalk is a leaflike bract 2 to 4 inches in length. The roundish, grayish-green fruit is dry and woody and contains one or two seeds.

Plant Type:- Tree

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Photographer:- Stan V. Griep, Northern Colorado, USA
A cluster of flowers



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