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Ulmus parvifolia



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Ulmus parvifolia
Chinese elm

Known for its patchy multicolored bark, this medium tree has the smallest of the elm leaves, resistance to Dutch Elm Disease and moderate fall color. The more current common name of lacebark elm serves to differentiate this species from the greatly inferior species, Ulmus pumila, Chinese elm.

Habit:Rounded to broad-rounded with vase-shaped branching
Size:40-50' high
Color:Dark green
Texture:Fine
Hardiness:Zone 5a/5b USDA
Habitat:China Japan and Korea
Family:Ulmaceae

 
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