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RE: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida'

Subject: RE: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida'
From: Howe, Ron
Date: Dec 22 2010 15:09:41
We've planted these over the years from Barcham and I would say you
wouldn't be aware of any difference apart from I think thy have slightly
red leaf stems if I remember correctly. I think they are supposed to
grow up with better form than the parent ...

Ron Howe
Planning Tree Officer
Mole Valley District Council
Pippbrook, Dorking
Surrey RH4 1SJ
Tel. 01306 XXX XXX
Website - www.molevalley.gov.uk

-----Original Message-----
From: Topher Martyn [mailto:Topher@xxxxxxxxx.co.uk] 
Sent: 22 December 2010 14:59
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida'


Dear All,

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 observers?

Thanks, as ever.

Topher

Topher Martyn

Head Gardener

Syon House




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