Tilia cordata Böhlje is a cultivar of Tilia cordata discovered as a seedling, which starts out with a narrow, conical, compact crown that becomes broader later. Eventual height can be approximately 12 – 18 metres. The trunk is dark brown and grooved, and young twigs are green to reddish brown. The dark green leaves generally have a slanted, heart-shaped base and taper to an abrupt point at the top. They are bluish green underneath and turn a remarkable yellowish colour in the autumn. Clusters of small, fragrant, pale yellow to white flowers bloom in summer.
It’s narrow manner of growth makes ‘Böhlje’ an excellent option for street and avenue planting.