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Basswood trees (genus Tilia) have clusters of flowerbuds attached to long, pale green, leaflike bracts.  When I was a kid I used to pass a basswood every day on my way to swim practice, and I remember wondering what those messed-up looking leaves were.

From next to the Charles River.

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