small-leaved lime


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Noun1.small-leaved lime - large spreading European linden with small dark green leaves; often cultivated as an ornamental
linden tree, basswood, lime tree, linden, lime - any of various deciduous trees of the genus Tilia with heart-shaped leaves and drooping cymose clusters of yellowish often fragrant flowers; several yield valuable timber
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All around are oak, ash, beech and small-leaved lime trees, otters frequent thestreams that feed the pond and along these fresh, clear, bubbling, waterways the colourful ash of darting kingsher are often seen.
For example, we still have a small amount of small-leaved lime in Denmark, which has held on since the warm period during the Bronze Age, i.
The avenue of trees lost to Dutch Elm Disease is being replaced with 42 small-leaved lime trees planted from the bottom gates of the park up to the war memorial.
Planted between 2006-08 in memory of Katherine Courts, who died tragically on March 10, 2006, there are more than 2000 trees and shrubs with species including oak, small-leaved lime, willows and rowan, with hazel, holly and Guelder-rose.
The most commonly used are hazel, alder, ash, birch, oak, field maple, hornbeam, small-leaved lime, sweet chestnut, sycamore and wych elm.
The pollen suite found in and around the beaker--which included small-leaved lime and meadowsweet--was interpreted as the remains of either honey, or (more probably) an alcoholic drink containing honey: mead, or an ale sweetened with honey and flavoured with meadowsweet, given as sustenance for the deceased during his journey to the afterlife.
As part of the restoration of the park, funded by Kirklees Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund, 42 small-leaved lime trees will be planted from the bottom gates of the park up to the war memorial.
Did you know that Shrawley Wood, just south of Stourport-on-Severn, is considered to be the finest small-leaved lime wood in Britain?
The small-leaved lime trees were found earlier this year in the valley near Skinningrove, as reported in January.
A general synthesis is also provided, with more detailed discussion and new insights on particular topics, such as the interpretation of Small-leaved lime and Meadowsweet pollen in Bronze Age cists.