Lime Winter Characteristics

List Of Limes In Winter

Here you will find a selection of images of limes in the winter.

american Lime (Tilia americana) terminal bud

The branches are gray-green and smooth. The buds are thick, red, ovate pointed, with two visible bud scales.

small leaved lime (Tilia cordata) terminal bud

The branches are olive green to reddish provided with lenticels. The buds are red-brown pointed with two unequal bud scales.

large leaved lime (Tilia platyphyllos) terminal bud

The branches are reddish brown and usually hairy. The buds are red-brown, pointed, and protruding.

silver lime (Tilia tomentosa) terminal bud

The young shoots are gray-brown and tomentose. The buds are brown haired, pointed ovate and protruding.

caucasian lime (Tilia x euchlora) flowers

The branches are brownish - smooth. The buds are red-brown, pointed ovate and protruding

common lime (Tilia intermedia) terminal bud

The branches are brownish - smooth. The buds are red-brown pointed with two bud scales.

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