Tilia cordata Mill., Gard. Dict. ed. 8 no. 1 1768. (Syn. Tilia parvifolia Ehrh. ex Hoffm.); 

Cultivated in Himachal Pradesh; Native of Europe except the extreme north and south as per BSI Flora of India;

TIL-ee-uh — Latinized name for the Linden (or lime) tree 
kor-DAY-tuh — meaning, heart-shaped; referring to leaves

commonly known as: littleleaf linden, small-leaved lime

Native to: Europe and western Asia; cultivated elsewhere   



  

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Malvaceae week :: Tilia cordata:  Tilia cordata Mill.

TIL-ee-uh — Latinized name for the Linden (or lime) tree 
kor-DAY-tuh — meaning, heart-shaped; referring to leaves
commonly known as: littleleaf linden, small-leaved lime
Native to: Europe and western Asia; cultivated elsewhere 
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Jun 2, 2008 at Manali
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Jun 4, 2008 at Manali

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