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The Hybrid Steven Lime Tree and Small-Leaved Lime Tree (Tlia dasystyla  x Tilia cordata) is a deciduous tree in the Malvaceae family. It is also known as the Linden Tree and the Basswood. It is not a true Lime Tree because it does not produce the citrus fruit.

It is common in the Northern Hemisphere.

It grows to 20-40 metres (65-130 feet) tall. 

The Lime Tree has heart-shaped, green leaves. It has pea-like fruit. 

It is hermaphroditic with flowers that have both male and female parts. It is pollinated by insects.

Photographed in Paris, France, April 2019.




Photographer: Martina Nicolls

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