British Wildlife 12.2 December 2000

Large-leaved Limes on the South Downs

One might be forgiven for assuming that the flora of such a well-known area as the South Downs of Sussex and Hampshire would hold no great surprises, let alone that a large and sometimes conspicuous tree species would be discovered in over 20 sites, with every appearance of being native. Yet such has been the case with Large-leaved Line Tilia platyphyllos.

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