Within the Tilia cordata article...


A commercial clone from North America, selected for strong growth habit, with rather large, thick, darker than usual leaves. Selected from T. cordata seedlings in 1969 by John H. McIntyre at Fairview, Oregon, it was protected by US Plant Patent 3259 and first distributed by the A. McGill & Son nursery of Fairview from 1973 (Hebb 1973; Santamour & McArdle 1985). It seems now to have fallen out of commerce.


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