Small-leaved linden blossoms (Tilia cordata)

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SMALL-LEAVED LINDEN BLOSSOMS (TILIA CORDATA):

Tilia cordata is a species of Tilia native to much of Europe, from Britain through central Fennoscandia, to central Russia, and south to central Spain, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, the Caucasus, and western Asia.

Tilia cordata is a narrowly domed tree with a moderate growth rate, and can eventually attain a height of 40 m.

The small yellow-green hermaphrodite flowers are produced in clusters of five to eleven in early summer with a leafy yellow-green subtending bract, have a rich, heavy scent. The trees are much visited by bees. 

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