Very probably a hybrid between T. cordata and the rare T. dasystyla from the Crimean. Develops an oval crown with a vertical trunk on which pendulous branches grow. This makes good pruning necessary to guide the tree in its youth. The bark remains thin for a long time, and later develops deep grooves. The leaves have a slanted heart-shaped base and a short, tapered top. The leaf stem is often tinted red and the edge of the leaves is finely serrated. The leaves are light green on the underside. The aromatic flowers appear in pendulous umbels and have particularly abundant honey. 'Euchlora' is one of the best trees for bees. The bract is approx. 6.5 cm long. Owing to its lovely leaves and abundant flowers, 'Euchlora' is a very popular avenue and street tree. A big advantage is that it is not very prone to aphid infestation.