Inventory as of Jan 10, 2016: 5000 Seeds
Seed Specifications: Purity - 100%; Projected Germination Rate - 77%; Where Harvested (location) - Poland
The Littleleaf Linden is native to Europe, but has been widely planted in the U. S. as an ornamental shade tree because of its attractive foliage, dense, low-branched, pyramidal to ovate form and tolerance for urban conditions. Ornamental features include fragrant pale yellow flowers in late spring, small nutlets with attached leafy wings and ovate, shiny dark green leaves. This is a medium to large deciduous tree, typically growing to 50-70’, but can reach 100 feet tall. Fragrant, creamy yellow flowers in drooping cymes appear in June. When a tree is in full bloom, bees often visit in such abundant numbers that humming can be heard many feet from the tree. Flowers give way to nutlets that are attached to narrow bract-like wings. Nutlets ripen in late summer. Fall color is an undistinguished pale green to pale yellow. The Littleleaf Linden is cold hardy to USDA zone 3.
Recommended Planting Instructions:
Scarification: Soak in water for 24 hours. Stratification: Cold stratify for 90 days. Germination: Sow seed 1/2" deep, press seed into soil, cover seedbed with shade, keep moist. Other: Sporadic germination may occur over a 2-3 year period