These are sprouty, but relatively slender trees: they include one of 46 m at Reelig Glen, a sheltered ravine in the Scottish Highlands surrounded by 60 m Douglas Firs (Pseudotsuga menziesii), and a line of trees to 43 m tall at Duncombe Park, Yorkshire (Tree Register 2018). (2017) Do linden trees kill bees? The hybrid is highly variable and some have the status of cultivar in the arboricultural world. 2The hybrid is sometimes called Tilia x vulgaris. In the European system for classifying vegetation types, lime is a constituent of the Tilio-Acerion forests of slopes, screes and ravines. Genus Tilia are deciduous trees with broadly ovate or heart-shaped leaves and pendulous clusters of fragrant yellow-green flowers, followed by conspicuous winged fruits Details T. cordata is a medium-sized deciduous tree with a spreading or rounded crown, and glossy dark green, heart-shaped leaves to 8cm in length, turning yellow in autumn. the flowers are held beneath the bract. Small-leaved lime (Tilia cordata Mill.) More recently, their tendency to support large aphid populations, whose honeydew is reputed to damage the paintwork of cars parked underneath, has been viewed as a significant drawback to their use in urban settings, but it remains one of the most magnificent trees for parkland or avenue planting. Maiden trees may attain 300 years but after coppicing the trees may live much longer; no-one knows how long, but 2000 or even 3000 years has been suggested. How to Identify a Linden (Tilia spp.) Paleobotanical analysis of tree pollen preserved in peat deposits demonstrates that T. cordata was present as a woodland tree in the southern Lake District c 3100 B.C. The British Isles are at the edge of its range, which is why their distribution relies on human assistance here. It is very much part of the vegetational history of the British Isles (Birks 1989, Brewer et al 2017). Twigs are dull green, becoming red on the exposed side in winter. Koch, H. and Stevenson, P.C. 514 1753. IV. This is an old, widely planted European clone, or perhaps a group of very similar clones. BSBI. (Piggott IV) Oak, alder and lime replaced pine and birch c.8000BC. Now widely propagated by European nurseries and grown in North America, it has become popular in Britain in recent decades. ; the Glasnevin tree has not been examined for this account. Distibuted by Dutch nurseries since the 16th century, it was widely planted in the Netherlands and may still be seen alongside many of the canals in Amsterdam, and exported to Germany, Sweden and probably elsewhere. Cymes of 7-9 flowers pendant among the leaves. There are many in the warmer parts of Scotland, some very old. Noteworthy Characteristics. To contact the editors: firstname.lastname@example.org. (2007) recognised that there was a case, on molecular-genetic grounds, for merging Tiliaceae with Malvaceae, but decided to keep ten families separate within the core Malvales. Image John Grimshaw. The most valuable source of information about Tilia in the British Isles is Pigott (1989, 1991) and the series of papers by Pigott and Huntley (1979, 1980, 1981). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2017.0484, Lande, C., Rao, S., Morré, J.T., Galindo, G., Kirby, J., Reardon, P.N., Bobe, G. and Stevens, J.F. In general hybrids differ from T. cordata in their greater vigour, larger leaves, and pendulous inflorescence. Best keys. Nomenclature of the European Species of Tilia. Leaves alternate, simple, somewhat circular in outline, 4-10 cm long, cordate (heart-shaped), finely serrated, somewhat glossy above, paler and glabrous beneath except for axillary tufts of brown hairs, fall color is often yellow-green. Tilia cordata is widely grown as an ornamental tree. In Britain it is universally known as ‘Pallida’. The small, fragrant, yellowish-white flowers are arranged in drooping, cymose clusters in groups of 1-5(7). 1In Seamus Heaney’s translation of Beowulf, we read “The warriors’ protector, prince of the hall-troop, ordered a marvellous all-iron shield from his smithy works. Journal of Biogeography 16(6) 503-540. With their hybrid vigour, tolerance of urban pollution and willingness to grow on all soils except the least fertile sands, Common Limes were among the first choice of ornamental trees in Europe until the last few decades. Bark gray-brown. In general hybrids differ from T. cordata in their greater vigour, larger leaves, and pendulous inflorescence. There are fossils of T. platyphyllos in Turkey dating to early Pliocene (5.4 my BP) (Kasaplıgil 1975). Lime is capable of pollarding (including self-pollarding) and layering (Branches producing adventitious roots if they bend down to ground level, as Rubus fruiticosus does). Image Owen Johnson. It is therefore possible that global warming will lead to an increase of Tilia seedlings. C & M Floristics. Variation among these hybrids is horticulturally very significant: clones differ in crown form and in their propensity to produce epicormic shoots. (1980). John Murray, publisher. It is used for musical instruments because it does not warp. Bean, W.J. Little Leaf Linden. Common limes in the landscape, Kings Somborne, UK.jpg 1,772 × 1,329; 243 KB I discovered that Scottish Water is planning to replace elderly conifers at its head office in Edinburgh with trees that include several T. cordata. … Woodlands. New Phytologist 84 145-164. Similar or identical named clones include: ‘Aurea Vik’, ‘Gocrozam’ (Goldcrown®), and ‘Jubilee’ (Jacobson 1996; Jablonski & Plietzsch 2013; sveld nursery 2018). 3.5 out of 5 stars 3. Status, habitat and ecology. As you might guess, and similar to large-leafed linden, little leaf linden's common … DOI: 10.2307/2845208 https://www.jstor.org/stable/2845208, Brewer, S., Giesecke, T., Davis, B.A.S., Finsinger, W., Wolters, S. and Binney, H. (2017). Tilia, vernacularly Lime or Linden, is a genus of trees, five species of which are found in the British Isles. I. Tilia europaea L. Kew Bulletin 50(1) 135-139. Tilia: nome xenéricu que deriva de les pallabres griegues: ptilon (= nala), pola carauterística de les bráctees que facilita l'espardimientu de la fruta pol vientu. Nevertheless, it has been grown in the eastern United States for long enough that large trees have been recorded (34 m tall in Elllicott City, Maryland, 1990; 5.5 m girth in Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1970 – Jacobson 1996). Three species are native in Britain: T. cordata Mill, Small-leaved lime; T. platyphyllos Scop, Large-leaved lime; and their hybrid T. × europaea L2 Common Lime. long (10cm), turning yellow in the fall. Overview Information Linden is a common name for trees belonging to the Tilia genus. It tolerates poor soils but grows best in fertile conditions. Tilia x europaea (Tilia x vulgaris) Common lime is a hybrid between large-leaved lime and small-leaved lime. Pharmacology: Volatile oils are diuretic, sedative and antispasmodic. Erhebliche Verluste bei Hummeln und anderen blütenbesuchenden Insekten durch ausländische Lindenarten (Tilia tomentosa Moench, Tilia euchlora C. Koch) [Considerable losses in bumble bees and other flower-visiting insects due to exotic species of lime (Tilia tomentosa Moench, Tilia euchlora C. Koch)] Archiv für Naturschutz und Landschaftsforschung 29(2) 117-120. In Scotland there are some of these forest types, but lime is nearly always missing and replaced by elms, see: https://sac.jncc.gov.uk/habitat/H9180/. Tilia cordata (Small-leaved Lime) is the Tilia species commonly seen grown as bonsai, there is no reason however why other smaller leaved Tilia species such as Tilia japonica or Tilia x europaea cannot be used. (1995). New Phytologist 112 117-121. Trees can also suffer infestations of aphids, sap-sucking insects and gall mites, including the nail gall, and are occasionally affected by wilt, which can be fatal. (Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, March 2020). T. x europaea can sometimes be found in semi-natural deciduous woodland, as shown in the photo above taken at a delightful spot in SW Scotland – most probably it was planted by a previous land-owner. T. cordata is the more common species in Europe, whilst T. platyphyllos extends farther south. Tilia x europaea Pallida is a variety of the seed grown Common Lime, Tilia x europaea, which is a hybrid of Tilia cordata and Tilia platyphyllos. Leaves. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. The first, named Kaiserlinde Group by Jablonski & Plietzsch (2014) includes the old cultivars ‘Pallida’, ‘Koningslinde’, ‘Kaiserlinde’ and several more recent ones. : Tilia ×intermedia DC., Tilia ×vulgaris Hayne Česká jména: lípa evropská (Dostál 1950), lípa obecná (Dostál 1989, Kubát 2002) Slovenská jména: lipa europská (Dostál 1950), lipa európska (Futák et al. The twigs are green in summer, becoming red or orange on the exposed sides in winter. Tilia is ectomycorrhizal, with a wide range of fungal partners (Rackham 2015). Tilia cordata Miller, Tilia platyphyllos Scop., Tilia x vulgaris Heyne, flos or their mixtures . The flowers are held ± erect, are creamy-white and have a rich, heavy scent which attracts many insects, particularly bees. http://linnean-online.org/view/collection/linnean=5Fherbarium/Tilia.html, https://ati.woodlandtrust.org.uk/how-to-record/species-guides/lime/, https://doi.org/10.1080/17445647.2016.1197613, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bse.2018.11.001, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218406. & Sutton, J. Image Owen Johnson. Image John Grimshaw. If you fancy a bit of carving, small quantities of this wood may be delivered to your door via Amazon.uk. It seems unsatisfactory to me that the representative of a genus and family should be a hybrid and cultivar, but the ‘types’ of botany, like the laws of the ancient Medes and Persians, cannot be altered, so we would seem to be stuck with it! New Phytologist 87 817-839. Herbal preparation(s) a) Comminuted herbal substance : b) Liquid extract (DER 1: 1), extraction solvent ethanol 25% V/V . at the northern limits of its geographical range. Tree nurseries have sometimes propagated from particularly good specimens under other clonal names; this at the very least guarantees uniformity. Tilia x europaea (European Linden) is a large deciduous tree of broad-columnar habit boasting heart-shaped, broad, dark green leaves, up to 4 in. It was often used for making cuckoo clocks. Buds with 2 or 3 visible scales, more or less glabrous. (In German), Fossen, T., Holmelid, B. and OlavØvstedal, D. (2019) Bumblebee death associated with Tilia × europaea L. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 82, 16-23 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bse.2018.11.001. It was much planted to form avenues in 17th and early 18th century landscape planning. Tree to 45 m, dbh 3 m. Trunk often with epicormic sprouts. Bean (1980) lists 11 cultivars of T. europaea. They differ from T. platyphyllos in their glabrous branchlets, in having the leaves glabrous beneath except for axillary tufts, more numerous flowers in the inflorescence, and their only faintly ribbed fruits (Bean 1981). He well knew that linden boards would let him down and timber burn”. Through the wonders of the internet, you may view Linnaeus’s actual pressed specimen 679.1 at: http://linnean-online.org/view/collection/linnean=5Fherbarium/Tilia.html. Commonly planted throughout the country as avenues and parkland trees. There are currently no active references in this article. Tilia. Leaves mostly 6-10cm, petioles 2.5-5cm, with tufts of white hairs between vein joints. Tilia bohemica Opiz The Dutch linden is a tree with a somewhat variabl… Read more Probably of Dutch origin, it was widely planted in British parks between about 1690 and 1720, sometimes mixed with ‘Pallida’ as in avenues at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire (Pigott 2012) and at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire (J. Grimshaw pers.comm 2020). The name Tilia × europaea covers all hybrids between T. cordata and T. platyphyllos, found in the wild where its parents grow together. Young twigs densely hairy. It is popular as both a shade tree with its dense canopy, an ornamental tree with its architectural shape and a street tre… ‘Koningslinde’ (Dutch) and ‘Kaiserlinde’ (German) are, at the very least, extremely similar to ‘Pallida’ (Pigott 2012). Symbioses and parasites. At the large scale, the distribution of Tilia is circumboreal, covering almost all of Europe south of the Arctic and all of China and Mongolia with a belt across the United States. Pliocene Flora of Güvem village near Ankara, Turkey, Abstracts of the Papers Presented at the XII International Botanical Congress, Akademika Nauk SSSR, 1 115, Leningrad. Pl. Holocene isochrone maps and patterns of tree-spreading in the British Isles. (2015). In North America the name is more often seen than the tree itself, T. cordata and T. platyphyllos often passing for it (Jacobson 1996). It is a useful tree which thrives pretty much anywhere and tolerates all … II. Tilia ×europaea L. (pro sp.) The specific epithet cordata is Latin for ‘heart-shaped’, referring to the leaves, platyphyllos is Latin for ‘with broad leaves’, tomentosa is modern Latin for ‘hairy’, ‘covered in hairs’, and euchlora is Greek for ‘greenish’. The best source is probably the article by Pigott, written as a contribution to the BSBI’s Plant Crib (Rich and Jermy 1998). ‘Ovedskloster’ (Sweden, 2005, from an 18th century avenue of Pallida Group) is similar (Jablonski & Plietzsch 2013). It is in flower from June to July, and the seeds ripen in October. Young twigs hairy. However, planted trees will thrive considerably further north (but rarely set seed). The crown is densely clothed in rich glossy green leaves with paler undersides, up to 4 in. with T. cordata. Common lime’s trunk has burrs and lot of brushwood. They are long-lived, able to survive more than 1000 years even if coppiced1, 2. Tilia × europaea, generally known as the common lime (British Isles) or common linden, is a naturally occurring hybrid between Tilia cordata (small-leaved lime) and Tilia platyphyllos (large-leaved lime). Floral bracts very variable, on stalks 0.8–1.8 cm. Other groups exist, including a type common in Moscow which is not known in Western Europe (Pigott 2012). In late spring to early summer, small, fragrant creamy-white flowers are borne in drooping cymes. Spreading cymes with 5-11(15) flowers appear in early summer. → Distribution map 3Pigott & Huntley (1981) discovered that the growth of pollen tubes of T. cordata was too slow at the lower summer temperatures prevailing in the northern half of Britain. Tilia Lime . Pigott, C.D. It has been widely planted in the U.S. as an ornamental shade tree because of its (a) attractive foliage, (b) dense, low-branched, pyramidal to ovate form and (c) tolerance for urban conditions. The name Tilia × europaea covers all hybrids between T. cordata and T. platyphyllos, found in the wild where its parents grow together. Ivory star shaped sweetly scented flowers in summer. ‘Zwarte Linde’ is broadly similar but has dark grey-brown twigs and is more densely branching. Image Owen Johnson. Beware: the size of the leaf is not a good way to discriminate large-leaved from small-leaved lime, as leaf sizes overlap considerably. GBIF Backbone Taxonomy. New Flora of the British Isles, 4th edition. [cordata × platyphyllos] Show All Show Tabs common linden Tilia flowers are hermaphroditic. Its nectar has been supposed to be lethal to bumble bees, see for example Donath, 1989, but Fossen et al., Koch and Stevenson 2017 and Lande et al. (2020), 'Tilia × europaea' from the website Trees and Shrubs Online (treesandshrubsonline.org/articles/tilia/tilia-x-europaea/). Tilia cordata × Tilia platyphyllos Syn. T. platyphyllos occurs with T. cordata in post-glacial deposits from Cambridgeshire and so is certainly native. ISBN 978-0-00-815691-6. obs. Treeheight,trunkdiameter,crownvolume,and the number of flowers per tree were estimated on Late-glacial and Holocene European pollen data. The Edinburgh tree appears to be T. americana ‘Pendula’ (q.v.) The Discovery of the Native Flora of Britain & Ireland. Pigott, C.D. Inflorescence bracts of fossil and extant Tilia in North America, Europe, and Asia: patterns of morphologic divergence and biogeographic history. Long lived trees to 30 - 40m tall. There are fossils in Turkey dating to early Pliocene (5.4 my BP). Height after 10yrs over 6m. III. Pigott, C. D. and Huntley, J. P. (1978). It shades more heavily than many other trees, and therefore tends to suppress shade-intolerant ground flora. Most of the limes seen in Scotland are T. x europaea planted in avenues. Reviewing the causes of bee deaths on silver linden (Tilia tomentosa). Ancient Common Lime within the avenue at Bifrons Park, Kent. Factors controlling the distribution of Tilia cordata at the northern limits of its geographical range. Factors controlling the distribution of Tilia cordata Mill. and large-leaved lime (Tilia platyphyllos Scop.) The Golden Lime was found in 1898 in Wrocław (Breslau), Poland (Santamour & McArdle 1985). Twigs red in sun during winter, becoming glabrous. Taxonomy and distribution. Source: GBIF Secretariat (2019). Wild Mistletoe completely smothers the winter crown of a Common Lime at East Lavington, West Sussex. It was rarely planted in Britain, unlike ‘Hatfield’, which is broadly similar but with reddish-green twigs and less dense branches (Pigott 2012). 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