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Tilia americana 'Boulevard'

'Boulevard' American Linden

'Boulevard' American Linden



  • Sun
  • Part-shade

Bloom time

  • June July

  • Large ornamental tree
  • Ascending branches
  • Dark green foliage
  • Fragrant flowers
  • Generous shade

The Boulevard American Linden is an imposing deciduous tree that will add a touch of elegance and majesty to your garden. This fast-growing, columnar tree can reach 18 meters tall and 9 meters wide at maturity, offering generous shade and a striking presence in your landscape.


  • Shape: The Boulevard American Linden is distinguished by its narrow, upright columnar form, perfect for planting along streets or creating vertical accents in your garden.
  • Foliage: The dark green, heart-shaped leaves of the Boulevard American Linden offer a striking contrast to the flowers and add textural interest to your outdoor décor.
  • Flowering: In early summer, the Boulevard American Linden is adorned with fragrant, creamy-yellow flowers that attract bees and butterflies. The flowers release a sweet, delicate fragrance that perfumes the air.
  • Hardiness: Native to North America, the Boulevard American Linden is hardy to zone 3, which means it can withstand winter temperatures down to -34°C.

Planting Information:

  • Soil: The Boulevard American Linden prefers rich, moist, well-drained soil. It tolerates a wide variety of soil types, including clay and sandy soils.
  • Light: This tree thrives in full sun or partial shade.
  • Watering: Water your Boulevard American Linden regularly, especially during dry periods. Deep and infrequent watering is preferable to shallow and frequent watering.
  • Pruning: Light pruning is recommended each year to maintain the shape of the tree and promote healthy growth. Remove dead, diseased, or damaged branches, and prune the main branches to maintain the columnar form of the tree.

Plant details


310 - 400 in.
310 - 400 in.
480 - 600 in.



  • Round

Flowering colours:

  • Yellow

Plant needs


  • Tolerates dry and well-drained soils


  • Easy. Fertilize in spring

Soil requirement:

  • Rich soil
  • fresh and well-drained



  • Diseases
  • Drought


  • Birds
  • Pollinators


  • Open ground
  • Isolated
  • Massive


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