This elm from eastern Asia is known mostly for its long, narrow leaves and its attractive bark. It tolerates urban conditions, is resistant to Dutch elm disease, and can reach 40 to 50 feet in height. The small, red clusters of flowers appear in early autumn.
Unique upright and arching growth habit, densely borne rich green foliage and puzzle-like pattern of gray, tan and orange exfoliating bark create a beautiful shade or street tree. Highly resistant to Dutch Elm Disease and elm leaf beetle. Deciduous.
- Light Needs: Full Sun
- Watering Needs: Once established, needs only occasional watering.