‘Bicentennial' - Tight pyramidal-conical form with acute
branch angles, small typical dark green leaves.
‘Chancellor’- Fastigiate becoming pyramidal with
age, fast growing.
‘Corinthian’- Compact pyramid, formal shape around straight central leader,
dense branching, lustrous dark green leaves.
‘DeGroot’ - Upright tree with compact head, glossy
dark green foliage, slower growing than most lindens.
‘Fairview’ - Thick leathery
dark green leaves are slightly larger than the species,
well proportioned crown.
‘Glenleven’ - Fast growing selection with a straight
‘Green Globe' - Bushy round-headed form.
‘Greenspire’- Maintains a single leader with a nice
branching habit, widely used as a street tree.
‘Handsworth’ - Young stems are a light yellow-green.
‘June Bride’ - Substantially pyramidal habit of growth
with small-sized leaves that are more glossy than the
species, and flowers more abundant.
‘Morden’- Dense pyramidal crown; quite hardy.
‘Olympic’- Symmetrical form with better branching, glossy
dark green leaves.
‘Pendula Nana’- Dwarf compact habit with pendent
‘Prestige' - Slightly broader than ‘Greenspire’, shiny bright green leaves.
‘Rancho’- Upright-oval clone with small, glossy green
leaves with very fragrant small yellow flowers.
‘Salem’- Upsweeping branches form rounded head, brilliant
deep green foliage.
‘Shamrock’- Stouter but more open crown than ‘Greenspire’
with strong pyramidal outline.
‘Swedish Upright' - Narrow, upright in outline, old trees