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Friday, January 21, 2011

Big tree registry: little-leaf linden

Little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata), 2105 Devonshire: 43" diameter, 70' height, 69' crown spread. Total point: 196.

One doesn't usually think of this species as getting large, but there are massive specimens in the northeast US and in Europe. This specimen might have been planted soon after the house was built in 1924.


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