Native to Europe and southwest Asia.
Height can reach 135’.
Leaves are 5-7” long with tiny hairs on both sides, heartshaped.
Flowers are pale yellow in a cluster, suspended from a leaf like bract; earliest of this genus to flower (late May/ early June); seeds round and fuzzy on the surface.
Like all in the genus, the flowers are loved by bees.
Fairly common in Portland in older neighborhoods.
#62 is gigantic.
|Tree #||Location||Dimensions||Photo and Notes|
|49||2204 SE 11th Ave|
Right Of Way
|62||Mt Tabor Park|
Portland Parks & Recreation
This tree is gigantic and can be found on the southeast corner of the rectangular reservoir, on the west side of Mt. Tabor Park.