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RE: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida' [Scanned]

Subject: RE: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida' [Scanned]
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 23 2010 10:46:28
Topher, I should be cautious; I'm sure the form/branch symmetry of 'Pallida' 
is more regular, and while it may not be apparent to most visitors, a loss of 
historical accuracy would be regrettable if yours is an historic landscape 
feature. Lime avenues in winter are typically tatty so something of regular 
form may indeed stand out, to the greater detriment.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Turner [] 
Sent: 22 December 2010 15:38
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: Tilia x europaea 'Pallida' [Scanned]

It can be difficult to identify and we've certainly got a few avenues where a 
species Tilia has crept in as a result of being (dare I say it) incorrectly 
supplied, or a failure has been replaced with the species instead of the 
cultivar, and it's only really obvious in the winter when the shoots stand 
out (or don't).  

In the summer, apart from the form and the lack of epicormic, it's best 
distinguished after the shoots have hardened, around about June/July. 


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