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Tolerances

Wet Soil: Low

Dry Soil: High

Lime: Medium

Tilia cordata ‘Corzam’, is a deciduous tree that originates from Lake County Nursery, Ohio, USA. The cultivar is appreciated for its pyramidal form, evenly spaced branches and straight vertical stem.

Leaves of the ‘Corzam’ are heart shaped, smaller and thicker than other Tilias. In summer, they will turn a glossy dark green with blush green on the underside and give the tree a vibrant and fresh aesthetic throughout the growing season. Come autumn, leaves will turn pale yellow.

Overall, a delightful tree that’s aesthetic appeal makes it a favoured choice for landscaping projects.

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Size

Medium

10m high x 4m wide after 25 years

Environment

Its uniformed shape and narrow habit make it a great street tree.

Canopy

Narrowly pyramidal with uniformed spaced branches.

Foliage

Heart shaped, smaller and thicker than other Tilias. Leaves are a glossy green with blush green on the underside.

Bark

Dark brown bark becoming tinged with red as it matures.

Flowers

Creamy yellow fragrant flowers in late spring.

Resilience

Will do well in any soil, even dry. Tolerates dry conditions, sea wind and is resistant to frost. Likes full sun to partial shade.

Wildlife

Flowers attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

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