Tilia mexicana

An attractive very hardy species from, yes, Mexico. This has settled in very well, and like most limes is proving to be an elegant beauty. Long drawn out foliage emerges with a deep red tinge and the branches are slightly pendent. Probably a medium sized tree eventually, as were wild plants we found in '06. This is a Donald Pigott collection from Veracruz.

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