July 12th, 2012

July 12th, 2012 by Sherri

In the island on the west side of Facilities Services is a ‘Sterling’ Silver Linden {Tilia tomentosa ‘Sterling’} that has many extremely fragrant yellow flowers. The undersides of the leaves are silver, hence the common name.

 'Sterling' Silver Linden {Tilia tomentosa 'Sterling'} 'Sterling' Silver Linden {Tilia tomentosa 'Sterling'}

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