54 DeGroot Little-Leaf Linden

Tall, pyramidal, late summer green canopy of DeGroot Little Leaf LInden.Facts About DeGroot Little-Leaf Linden

Tilia cordata 'DeGroot'

Native to: Europe
Crown: Compact pyramidal
Height: 35 - 40 feet
Width: 20 feet
Growth Rate: Moderate

Characteristics: This tree exhibits clusters of small, fragrant, greenish-yellow spring flowers and yellow fall foliage. It is suitable for all soils and tolerates pollution. It responds well to thorough pruning.

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: DeGroot Linden is a good shade tree for tough urban conditions. It has a dense branching structure. It is a good substitute for Greenspire, #49, Glenleven, #51, Rancho, #52, and other cultivars of Little-Leaf Lindens.

Engraved stone sign for DeGroot Little-Leaf Linden, Tilia cordata 'Degroot.'
Dark green, textured edge, heart shaped leaves of DeGroot Little Leaf Linden.
Deeply furrowed, medium grey, moss covered trunk of DeGroot Little Leaf Linden.
Graphic of a golden, smiling sun.
Graphic of planter dimension for 6 ft.