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It is a deciduous garden tree, ornamental, with flowers similar in shape to that of roses.It has a not particularly high stem, at the most of 8 or 10 meters, with an erect and slender course, very robust and with a luxuriant crown.The leaves are elongated, with a continuous edge, of an intense green color.The flowers, similar to small roses, are double, with a corolla endowed with rounded petals, white or pink, which have abundant blooms.The fruits are drupes with a fleshy consistency that do not open spontaneously for seed emission.It requires fertile and well-drained soils, it does not tolerate any type of water stagnation that would damage its root system.It must be exposed to direct sunlight as it needs a lot of light to develop, it fears drafts and frost.Watering must be constant, even if not too abundant, particularly during the warm months.We need to fertilize the plant at least once a year, using clay-based fertilizers enriched with mature manure, with phosphorus and potassium.It is a large deciduous and deciduous ornamental tree for gardens: it can reach a height of 30 or 35 meters.It has an imposing stem, erect, covered with a smooth bark, of gray color and crossed by evident grooves.The leaves are oval and elliptical, with rounded lobes and with a continuous margin, dark green, opaque and smooth ...They form an extremely developed crown, with a rounded shape.The male flowers have a pendulous tendency and present a greenish yellow color.The female ones are inconspicuous.Flowering occurs in spring until early summer.The fruit is the typical acorn enclosed in a woody dome.It requires a deep, fertile and well-drained soil, without a calcareous component.Being a majestic tree, it should be housed in a fairly isolated position as its proximity to other specimens would limit its development.It must be exposed to direct sunlight as it does not like shade or cold climates, even if it fears excessive heat.He can live even in extreme cold: up to -20 degrees.Only young specimens should be watered on a monthly basis.Fertilization is carried out with mature manure.LIME
It is a deciduous tree, ornamental, between 20 and 25 meters high.
It has an erect trunk, covered with a greyish-brown bark, which supports a thick and developed crown, with a rounded shape.
The leaves appear with alternate insertion, they are heart-shaped with a serrated edge, of an intense green color.
The flowers are gathered in small, white and fragrant inflorescences.
The fruits are seed-rich capsules.
The tree is cultivated both for ornamental purposes and for its medicinal properties: infusions and herbal teas with sedative and digestive power can be prepared with the leaves.
It must be exposed in very sunny areas, even if it manages to live anywhere, being a well adaptable species.
It bears air pollution, which is why it is used as edging in city streets.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil, fertile due to the addition of organic substances, enriched with peat and clay, with a slightly acid component.
We must water the lime trees especially in the early stages of development, while as an adult it is satisfied with rainwater.
Fertilization should be done at least twice a year, using organic fertilizers.