Deciduous broadleaf tree, medium-sized and vase-shaped. Similar to American Elm, but smaller and without disease problems.
Grows best in well-drained soil. Tolerates adverse conditions and is widely adaptable to climatic extremes.
Great choice as a small replacement for American elm. Adaptability and resistance to diseases make it a good street tree.
40' at maturity
30' at maturity
Inconspicuous flowers in early spring.
Leaves emerge orange-red and mature to deep green and glossy in summer, turning yellow in fall.
Light gray with net-like ridge/fissure pattern.
Native to Asia. Resistant to Dutch Elm disease, phloem necrosis, and elm leaf beetle.