Tilia cordata’ Rancho’ | Winter lime tree

Tilia cordata’ Rancho’ is a smaller variety with a narrow conical crown. Also called Winter Lime or Small-leaved Lime, this species of lime is widely planted. Therefore, the tree is highly resistant to wind and a harmful environment. In addition, this lime tree suffers less from aphids.


Available in size:

Bare root, Wire clod


Large gardens, Solitary, Squares and parks, Streets, Trees on the coast

Growing conditions:

(Semi-)shade, Dry (sandy) soil, Endures reasonable hardening, Moist (clay) soil, Normal bottom, Sea-windproof, Sunny, Windproof

Growth habit:

Oval / ovoid, Vase-shaped / cone-shaped



Adult height:

Second size trees 6-12 m


all soils


strongly fragrant yellowish-white flowers with lanceolate bracts (June)


On a stalked wing (bract), round and thin-walled, small

Environmental factors:

(sea) wind resistant, relatively little aphid trouble, sensitive to road salt

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