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Oval to rounded crown with upright growing branches
Ovate, dark green leaves turn a pale yellow in the fall
Fragrant, pale yellow flowers
Small nutlets with attached leafy wings follow the flowers
Winter twigs and buds are reddish in colour
Bloom Time: Late spring
Interesting Notes: Native to Ontario and parts of North America. The common name "basswood" is derived from "bastwood", in reference to the tough, inner bark (bast) which has been used to make rope and mats.