Linden, or lime as it is used to be called, is a deciduous tree of the broad-growing family (Tiliaceae), with about 30 known species. The most important of which are T. cordata, T. americana, T. platyphyllos and T. tomentosa. Linden tree can reach a height up to 30m, while its symmetrical crown has a diameter of about 8-10m. For this reason, it is an excellent tree for large gardens, parks and roads, offering great shading. Its leaves are green on the upper side and silvery and fluffy on the lower side of the tree. This fluff provides special resistance to air pollution. Finally, its flower appears in early summer and is yellow with an intoxicating smell. It has no special requirements in terms of climatic conditions and is highly durable.