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Linden blossoms

Lori

By Lori


Linden blossoms (Tilia cordata (Ihlamur Agaci))

another tree, Tilia cordata, with sweet smelling blossoms...These trees are giants but their flowers have been used since ancient times to sweeten/scent herbal teas and remedies.



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Looks interesting. : )

8 Jul, 2008

 

Never seen those before, I like the buds too.

9 Jul, 2008



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