Anyone have experience of the above lime cultivar?
A cursory look at Bean implies it may not be that different from conventional
T. x europaea, but I've never seen it myself.
It is being planted in association with a long-standign avenue of T x
europaea, so it can't look too out of place! Again, this location stops me
going for T. euchlora, or indeed, a smasher like T. oliveri.
Is it different enough to look odd, or will the physical and structural
differnces between mature and young trees distract all but the fussiest of
Thanks, as ever.
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