From hence we went to the imperial castle, where there is growing a lime tree, Tilia europæa, said to be seven hundred years old.
"Both the bark and the wood of the lime tree are valuable," she continued.
Supplementing these and completing our description, Saxon poetry tells us that the wood was by preference the lime tree.
This is the fibre yielded by the Corchorus capsularis, a lime tree growing in India and China.
He understood what a human dwelling was, a garden, a path, a brook and a lime tree; and he was not afraid of anything.
Did the wretch never hear bees in a lime tree then, or ever see one on a star gentian?
The site of the Lower Cross, at the eastern end, is marked by a lime tree planted in 1742.
Priscilla, returning without her father at half past six o'clock, found Frank sitting alone under the lime tree.
The linden or lime tree is the favourite haunt of the Elves and cognate beings; and it is not safe to be near it after sunset.
Two more years slipped by, when one day during the king's absence the stepmother found Dotterine sitting under a lime tree.