An ornamental tree prized for its versatility. Makes a great shade tree as well as the perfect bonsai project. Small leaves accent rough looking, beautifully colored, aged looking bark. This bark is flaky with mottled gray and tan coloring giving it the name of “Lacebark Elm.” Lustrous green leaves often remain on the tree until later in the fall when they then turn a gorgeous orange color.
1. Resistant to Dutch Elm Disease
2. Native to Eastern Asia
3. Introduced to the UK in 1794 by James Main
Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Lacebark Elm Seeds
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