List Of Lime Leaves
Here you'll find a selection of lime leaves.
The leaf of linden is heart-shaped and very noticeable serrated. The petiole is reddish or yellowish, perpendicular to the leaf and hairy. The leaf arrangement is alternate.
The leaves are glossy green, lobed significantly and leaf margin coarsely toothed. The petiole is long. The leaf arrangement is alternate.
The leaves are heart-shaped to oval and will be up to 20 cm long.
The leaves of American linden are heart-shaped, large, up to 20 cm (7.8 in) long and wide. The petiole is about 5 cm (2 in) long. The leaves are green on both sides. The leaf margins are coarsely toothed.
The leaves of Small leaved lime are heart-shaped, dark green, firm and the margin is finely serrated. On the leaf underside the leaf veins have brown tufts of hairs.
The summer green leaves of Large leaved lime are heart-shaped, little hairy, sharp serrated and up to 12 cm (4.7 in) long. The leaves have a fresh green. The underside of the leaf is light green and in the vein angles are often white tufts of hair.