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ULMUS parvifolia 'ELMER II' ALLEE LACEBARK ELM

This particular cultivar of Ulmus parvifolia, commonly known as the Chinese Elm, stands out among its counterparts due to its unique and elegant growth habit.  One of its most striking features is its exfoliating bark, which creates a beautiful mosaic of orange, tan, and gray, especially noticeable on mature trees. The trunk is fluted, adding to its distinct appearance, while the narrow leaves provide a delicate touch to its overall look. Additionally, this cultivar is noted for its resilience, showing significant resistance to the common pests and diseases that typically afflict elm trees. 

 

Mature Height: 40-60’ tall

Mature Width: 35-40’ wide

Growth Form: Upright, vase-arching

Fall Color: Yellow-orange to rust red

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