Trees with heart-shaped leaves
List of trees that have a cordiform (heart-shaped) leaves!
The leaf of silver lime tree grows up to 10 cm (3,94 in). It is summer green and the leaf edges are serrated sharply. The leaf underside is white. Botanical name: Tilia tomentosaInformation about the Silver Lime
The leaf of caucasian lime is glossy dark green and the underside is green but not shiny. The leaf veins are very good to see. The leaf is 10 cm (3,94 in) large and cordiform. the leaf edge is serrated sharp. Botanical name: Tilia x euchloraInformation about the Caucasian Lime
The leaves of Common lime are heart-shaped, dark green on the upside, the underside is a little yellowish-green. The leaves are 6–15 cm (2.4 – 5.9 in) long and 6–12 cm (2.4 – 4.7 in) broad. The leaf margin is sharp serrated. Botanical name: Tilia x europaeaInformation about the Common Lime
The leaf of linden is heart-shaped and very noticeable serrated. The petiole is reddish or yellowish, perpendicular to the leaf and hairy. The leaf arrangement is alternate. Botanical name: Tilia henryanaInformation about the Henry's Lime