Apparently, the honey made from Linden flowers is alleged to have many health benefits too. Ce qui le distingue surtout des autres espèces de tilleuls d'Amérique du Nord est la présence d'un feutre dense (tomentum), de duvet blanc, au-dessous des feuilles. In 1966, Arboretum director, Brian Mulligan, determined that they were misidentified as T. oliveri and confirmed in 1983 that their true identity were indeed white basswood trees. The website also provides access to a database and images of plants photos and herbarium specimens found at … Our three White Basswood specimens are all the same accession, 385-52*A-C, and they are all located just off the north curbside of Foster Island Rd. Tilia americana var. The trees are generally called linden in North America, and lime in Britain. The inflorescence of various species of Tilia. Publication Author Bean. Cette espèce est plus commune dans les Appalaches[2]. Cet arbre n'est pas très bien connu mais le professeur Charles Sargent, dans The Silva of North America, dit de lui : "Few North American trees surpass it in beauty of foliage; and the contrast made by the snowy whiteness of the under surface of its ample leaves as they flutter on their slender stems, with the dark green of the Hemlocks and Laurels on the banks of rapid mountain streams produces one of the most beautiful effects which can be seen in the splendid forests which clothe the valleys of the southern Appalachian Mountains.". Tilia heterophylla is a deciduous Tree growing to 30 m (98ft 5in) at a medium rate. Les feuilles sont comestibles à l'état jeune, et peuvent donner un thé moyen en goût[7]. Common Name: white basswood. Interestingly, they were received as Tilia oliveri, which could be considered the Asian equivalent of Tilia americana var. Click on a place name to get a complete protected plant list for that location. heterophylla. White basswood (Tilia heterophylla) is a mediumsized tree of the upper Piedmont region and the Appalachian Mountains where it grows on moist, welldrained soils in coves or along mountain streams with other hardwoods.Its growth is moderately fast and it produces commercially valuable lumber. No serious insect or disease problems. We acquired seed from Kornik Gardens, Poland in 1952, probably via our Index Seminum seed exchange program. white basswood. Tilia heterophylla est une espèce de tilleul (genre Tilia), native de l'est de l'Amérique du Nord, du centre de l'état de New York à l'extrême nord de la Floride et à l'ouest du Missouri. Origin:  North American forest, shade and timber tree. Ce qui le distingue surtout des autres espèces de tilleuls d'Amérique du Nord est la présence d'un feutre dense (tomentum), de duvet blanc, au-dessous des feuilles. In the British Isles, they are commonly called lime trees, or lime bushes, although they are not closely related to the tree that produces the lime fruit. The common name is from “bastwood,” referring to use of the inner bark, the “bast,” for rope, baskets, etc. Common Name: White Basswood (Linden) or Bee Tree, Scientific Name: Tilia americana var. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. More Images. 1983. On cool mornings, the air is heavy with such an amazing aroma, I slow way down to savor the moment, taking in the full Linden collection bouquet experience. Les fleurs, plus grandes que celles de T. americana, sont groupées en grappes de 10 à 24. Latin Name: Tilia heterophylla; Common Names: White linden, silver-leaved linden, bee tree, mountain basswood; Native Habitat: Eastern United States; USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 through 7; Height at Maturity: 50 to 80 feet tall; Exposure: Full sun to part shade Another common name for basswood is bee tree. Wildflowercenter, université d'Austin, Texas. Tilia floridana is often recognized as separate entity. Common Name: White Basswood. A decoction of the inner bark has been used in … Tilia americana var. Back to Previous Page. Jun 2, 2020 / Plant Profiles, News / David Zuckerman. Its common name, basswood, is derived from the tough fibrous inner bark called “bast” that is used to make ropes, baskets, mats and many other lightweight wood products. It is in flower in July, and the seeds ripen in October. COMMON NAMES: Linden, Basswood, Linn tree, White wood. Seattle’s tallest White Basswoods are found in the Arboretum. No Image. Hence the latin variety name, heterophylla or “different leaves” compared to the type, Tilia americana or American basswood, which surprisingly we do not have in our Linden collection. ... heterophylla. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 13 juillet 2020 à 16:03. All photos shown were taken from 385-52*B which is now 72’ tall, 38” dbh with a crown spread of 66’! Cette espèce est plus commune dans les Appalaches [2]. And, bees love Linden flowers too, humming away when you approach them in bloom. Center: 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98195, [email protected] Hardin, J. W. (1990). heterophylla (Ventenat) E. Murray, Kalmia 13: 32. Other names include linden for the European species, and basswood for North American species. Tilia americana Linnaeus, subsp. Its common name, basswood, is derived from the tough fibrous inner bark called “bast” that is used to make ropes, baskets, mats and many other lightweight wood products.