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Hi does anyone has in the garden or know where to buy the plant called Tillia Vulgaris or Linden Blossom need your help as i can't find it enywhere. Please email me if anyone has any information about this plant.
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Sydney
27th June 2007 1:57pm
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Correy says...
There is a group called Chirinka Natural Therapies in victoria and I think they are selling what your after for $5.40

http://www.chirinka.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=23&products_id=86&zenid=769e82l7cpomdqlloa0521ji10

Here are their contact details:
http://www.chirinka.com/contact.php

Hope that helps. It sounds like the flowers must have an amazing fragrance.
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Woolloongabba, QLD
7th July 2007 11:15pm
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Anonymous says...
Tilia Vulgaris is a tree whose common name in the United States is Basswood. It is also called Lime tree (but not the citrus tree) .
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16th August 2007 1:51pm
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Grosi says...
I am also searching for a nursery that sells Linden Trees (Tilia cordata)this is the national tree of the Czech Republic.
I am originally Swiss, they are everywhere out in the country side there now, flowering. The flowers make a gorgeous tea. Would appreciate any input on where to purchase trees in Nsw or anywhere in Australia!!!
Cheers
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NSW
5th July 2010 1:16am
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Ella says...
Did anyone found a nursery?
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Geelong
7th July 2010 8:15pm
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Rev says...
For all that rare stuff try Yamina rare plants

http://www.yaminarareplants.com.au/

im also interested in the lindens, because they have edible leaves and would fit into a temperate edible forest garden

see Jackes and Toensmeier's books on that
http://www.edibleforestgardens.com/

or plants for a future database

http://www.pfaf.org/leaflets/altleaves.php


yep..
here you go
http://www.yaminarareplants.com.au/contents/shrubsAndTreesT.htm

both sp available

If you get planst and they sucker in future, id be interested

good luck
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North qld
8th July 2010 3:59am
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Jantina says...
Hey Rev, excellent site references. Thanks
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Mt. Gambier S.A.
8th July 2010 12:45pm
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Grosi says...
I have just bought myself a wonderful specimen of Tilia cordata "e;Greenspire"e; from a Nursery in Armidale, https://www.cedarnursery.com.au/
it was grown by Flemings Nurseries for $76, its about 1.8 meters tall!!
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14th August 2017 1:40pm
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