|Grid reference||ST 19751 77967|
|Common name||Oliver's lime|
|Common name||Chinese white lime|
|Status||Wales Champion 2013|
|Height||16M July 2015|
|Girth||Approx 166cm July 2015|
This tree is north of the brook, about 50M downstream from the footbridge. In 2017 its trunk was covered with ivy.
General tree description
Tilia oliveri is a medium to large tree, up to around 25 metres tall. It may have a single stem, tall and domed, or have a low, spreading shape. The bark is smooth and silvery grey, and the leaves matt green and silvery felted underneath. They are broadly ovate or rounded, finely toothed and up to 14cm long. In early summer there are small, pendulous cream flowers in clusters of up to 20. The fruits are globose to ellipsoid and slightly ribbed.