The Boulevard Linden, Tilia americana 'Boulevard', has a narrow pyramidal form with ascending branches. The large, dark green foliage combines beautifully with fragrant yellow flowers in early summer.
This linden is an attractive specimen where height is needed but width is limited, such as boulevards. It is best used for farmstead windbreaks, and park trees in open landscape areas because of its large size and spreading root system.
The fruit of this linden is not ornamentally significant, and the gray bark is not particularly outstanding. It is best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed, and is a good choice for attracting bees to your yard!
This deciduous tree requires full sun, will tolerate some shade, and needs well drained soil. It has a pyramidal shape when young, becoming rounded when mature.
The Boulevard Linden is a stunning shade tree that will eventually grow quite large; very adaptable and low maintenance!
* Vertical accent
* Shade tree
* Low maintenance
|Family||Tilia americana 'Boulevard'|
|Mature Height||60 feet|
|Mature Spread||30 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|