52 Rancho Little-Leaf Linden

Tall, expansive, pyramidal, late summer green canopy of Rancho Little-Leaf Linden.Facts About Rancho Little-Leaf Linden

Tilia cordata 'Rancho'

Native to: Europe
Crown: Tightly pyramidal
Height: 40 feet
Width: 20 feet
Growth Rate: Fast

Characteristics: This tree has small, yellow, fragrant flowers in June and glossy green leaves. Its habit is upright, with a better angle of branch attachments than other Little-Leaf Lindens.

Negative Features: Occasionally susceptible to aphids and scale that can cause honeydew drip and sooty mold problems. Surface roots can cause problems with sidewalks.

Uses: Good for all street situations where room allows on arterial, collector, and residential streets. Suitable for planting along boulevards.

Comments: Rancho is a good shade tree for tough urban conditions. It has an excellent, upright street tree habit. It is a good substitute for Greenspire, #49, Glenleven, #51, DeGroot, #54, and other cultivars of Little-Leaf Lindens.

Engraved stone sign for Rancho Little-Leaf Linden, Tilia cordata 'Rancho.'
Heart shaped, textured edge green foliage of Rancho Little-Leaf Linden.
Graphic of a golden, smiling sun.
Graphic of planter dimension for 6 ft.