American Linden


A native tree that is an upright-oval form. It is rapidly growing and grows faster than many other North American hardwoods. The crown of the tree is domed, the branches are pendulous, and spread. The roots are large, deep and spread. The leaves of the tree are simple, alternately arranged, ovate shaped, and have a fall color of yellow. There are also small grey nuts that persist over winter. Another ornamental notes is that it has fragrant yellow blooms.