Ulmus crassifolia

Cedar Elm

Once a popular vase-shaped lawn and street tree, American Elms are plagued by incurable Dutch elm disease and insects. Elms also have shallow, aggressive root systems. However, one species, the Chinese Elm, which resists disease and pest damage, is still planted in mild-winter and desert regions. Its long arching branches are covered with glossy saw-toothed leaves that turn color in fall. Its shedding bark creates a multicolored trunk. Do not plant Elms where Dutch elm disease has broken out. Stake young trees until trunk develops. Prune to shape and remove deadwood.
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm
This round-headed native elm has small, lustrous, oval, dark green leaves that are rough to the touch. Reaches 50 to 70 feet tall and 40 to 60 feet wide.

Attributes - Ulmus crassifolia

Plant Type: Tree

Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 50 ft. to 70 ft.

Width: 60 ft.

Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Climate: Zones 7, 8, 9

Notes: Thrives in Alkaline Soil, Dry Climates.

Related Plants

Ulmus parvifolia, Ulmus procera 'Aurea', Ulmus vegeta 'Camperdownii'
 
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