Linden is one of three English names for the tree genus Tilia (also known as lime and basswood). Several of the common names for species within the Tilia genus have Linden in their names. They include:
- American Linden, a common name for Tilia americana
- Large-leaved Linden, a common name for Tilia platyphyllos
- Little-leaf Linden, a common name for Tilia cordata
- Silver Linden, a common name for Tilia tomentosa
Other trees include:
- The Viburnum Linden common name for Viburnum dilatatum.
- Linden Oak, a white oak in Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Linden may also refer to:
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