Ulmus americana (American Elm, White Elm, Gray Elm, Swan Elm)Add to Wish List
Ulmus americana, often known as the American Elm, is a deciduous tree native to North Carolina with a trunk diameter of 2 to 5 feet and a height of 80 to 100 feet. The leaves are alternating, with a serrated...
Ulmus davidiana (Japanese Elm, David Elm)
Ulmus davidiana (Japanese Elm, David Elm)Add to Wish List
Ulmus davidiana, sometimes known as the David Elm, is a deciduous tree native to China, Mongolia, Korea, Siberia, and Japan. It may reach a maximum height of 15 metres. The leaves have a rough top surface and are obovate to...
Ulmus crassifolia (Cedar Elm)
Ulmus crassifolia (Cedar Elm)Add to Wish List
The most prevalent elm tree in Texas, with a wide range of distribution in East, South, and Central Texas. A big tree with a tall straight trunk 2 to 3 feet in diameter and stiff branches that form a thin,...
Ulmus pumila (Siberian Elm)
Ulmus pumila (Siberian Elm)Add to Wish List
At maturity, the Siberian elm is a big, fast-growing deciduous tree that may grow up to 50 feet tall with a vase-shaped to rounded crown up to 40 feet wide. The leaves are oval in form with a pointed tip...
Ulmus parvifolia (winged) (Chinese Elm, Lacebark Elm)Add to Wish List
The rounded crown of this beautiful, elegant tree is decorated with glossy dark green foliage that turn yellow and reddish purple in the fall. The lacebark elm has unique bark that is mottled and frequently produces colourful patterns in its...