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A linden tree belongs on a farm, not a small city plot.
Zeeshan, of the 2000 block of Illinois Road, had asked in 2015, and again a few months ago, to cut down a 20-inch-thick American linden tree that stands in the center of his backyard.
The allees have been replanted with 168 native little-leaf linden trees, variety Greenspire, which will be clipped into an aerial hedge.
St. Paul began planting a wider variety of trees in response to the destruction of elms, choosing trees like linden, honey locust, hackberry, Norway maple and ash.
Readers acquainted with Bulgakov’s work will recognize the memorable tropes: a burning manuscript, a delirium tremens diagnosis, linden trees at Patriarch’s Ponds.
The fragrance features notes of clementine, linden blossom, bergamot, violet leaf, cyclamen, jasmine sambac, vetiver and more.
In Germany, the linden is a tree for lovers; in Scandinavia, a favorite haunt of elves, and after dipping his madeleine in tea made from linden flowers, Marcel Proust’s protagonist, Charles Swann, fell into a remembrance of things past.
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LINDEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of linden for English Language Learners
: a type of tree that has large heart-shaped leaves and yellowish flowers
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