Say a little description of the linden tree!

Say a little description of the linden tree!

  1. I'll write about other things. Lipa has energy that can make a person happy. Communication with the linden is a joy, especially beneficial for children. Communicate with the linden is best in the summer, in the afternoon and always with dry, warm weather. The energy is very gentle, it envelops a person with soft heat from head to foot. This light heart heart, his energy rallying family. If the linden planted near the house withers, it sichtaetsya bad sign - the house has lost an amulet, from it can go well.
  2. Description: the genus Linden appeared on the planet around 70 million years ago, at the end of the dinosaur era. Fossil remains of lindens were found in Chukotka, Spitsbergen, in the north of Siberia. Nowadays, the genus includes, according to various estimates, from 40 to 80 species. Most of them are large deciduous trees with a height of 20-30 (up to 40) m and a diameter of 2 (5) m. The root system is powerful, deep, with a well-pronounced taproot. The age limit is usually about 150 years, but sometimes there are instances that have reached 350 and even more years. Especially durable broad-leaved linden, surviving to 600 years (some instances even to 1000). Linden is one of the main and widespread trees in the zone of deciduous and mixed forests of Europe, East Asia and North America. Among Slavic peoples, place names (geographical names) are widespread, associated with the word "linden" Liplyany (Serbia), Lipovets, Lipovka (Ukraine), Lipno (Poland); Lipno (Czech Republic), Lipetsk, Lithuanians (Primorsky Krai), numerous Lipovki, Podlipki and the like throughout Russia. The small-leaved or heart-shaped linden is the most resilient representative of the genus, it goes farther north than all other broad-leaved species, reaching Petrozavodsk and Kotlas, and to the east, reaching Krasnoyarsk. It can withstand frost damage to -48 C.
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    "Tilia" is an ancient Roman name for lime. The genus Tilia covers about 50 species. The area of ​​their distribution lies in Europe (north to southern Sweden and Russia), the Near East, East Asia (south to Indochina), in the large forests of south-east North America and in Mexico.
    Size: Height 15-18 m, width 5-10 (12) m
    Description: A medium-sized tree; the crown is initially wide-colonial, after 10 years gradually becomes ovoid, later broadly ovoid; branches and shoots grow diagonally or vertically, do not hang; the annual increase is 30-40 cm
    Flowers / fruits: Flowers are small, yellowish-white, fragrant, according to 5-7 in inflorescences, with a characteristic light green bract; blooms 12-17 days, in July; fruit spherical or oval nuts without ribs
    Leaves: Heart-shaped, from above dark green, glabrous, from below bluish, with bearded red hairs in corners of veins; autumn yellow
    Root system: Powerful, sensitive to road surface, soil compaction and planting of the tree trunk
    Illumination requirements: Sun, Partial shadow
    Winter hardiness: Zone 4
    Growing conditions: It is characterized by great shade-tolerance, winter hardiness, stable in the urban environment; prefers fresh, drained, fertile, neutral soils, does not tolerate salinity, is sensitive to high temperatures and drought; well cuts

  4. Lipa spread her honey-covered branches, she fascinated with a pleasant but sharp scent, smelled of autumn and childhood ...
  5. Description: the genus Linden appeared on the planet around 70 million years ago, at the end of the dinosaur era. Fossil remains of lindens were found in Chukotka, Spitsbergen, in the north of Siberia. Nowadays, the genus includes, according to various estimates, from 40 to 80 species. Most of them are large deciduous trees with a height of 20-30 (up to 40) m and a diameter of 2 (5) m. The root system is powerful, deep, with a well-pronounced taproot. The age limit is usually about 150 years, but sometimes there are instances that have reached 350 and even more years. Especially durable broad-leaved linden, surviving to 600 years (some instances even to 1000). Linden is one of the main and widespread trees in the zone of deciduous and mixed forests of Europe, East Asia and North America. Among Slavic peoples, place names (geographical names) are widespread, associated with the word "linden" Liplyany (Serbia), Lipovets, Lipovka (Ukraine), Lipno (Poland); Lipno (Czech Republic), Lipetsk, Lithuanians (Primorsky Krai), numerous Lipovki, Podlipki and the like throughout Russia. The small-leaved or heart-shaped linden is the most resilient representative of the genus, it goes farther north than all other broad-leaved species, reaching Petrozavodsk and Kotlas, and to the east, reaching Krasnoyarsk. It can withstand frost damage to -48 C.
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