In my backyard is a linden tree that is approximately 40+ years old. Since we've moved into this house, me and my sisters have become very attached to it (we named him Hubert Winairz Wiebe). The tree itself has a long story behind how it came to be in our backyard. I would elaborate but I'm here for professional help, not to tell stories. This November, we'll be moving into a new house. Our neighbours have been wanted to cut the tree down for a long time but we've always convinced them to not. Once we move out, I'm sure they won't hesitate to find a way to take it down. If there was some way that I could take a part of the linden tree and keep it alive, it would mean the world to me and my family. I'm eighteen and I know my way around flower gardens and I have propagated strawberries before, however, I have never attempted to grow a tree never mind propagate one. I'm not sure how much it will help but the tree has small shoots coming out of its trunk and it is a very healthy tree. I live in Manitoba and the weather is starting to get cooler here and fall is on it's way. I hope that is enough information. Please, if there is anyway I can save my tree, I would be very grateful.