Siberian Elm (Ulmus pumila)

  • Broadleafed
  • Deciduous

Siberian elm are small to medium-sized trees that are rather bushy in stature. Siberian elm leaves are deciduous in colder areas, but semi-evergreen in warmer climates. Siberian elm trees grow rapidly in full sun with well-drained, nutrient poor soil and are not shade tolerant.

  • Alternate Common Name: None
  • Average Height: Siberian elm grow to 50-70ft. tall.
  • Average Width: 50-70ft.
  • Leaf Description: Siberian elm have serrate leaf margins,dark green leaf color.
  • Bark Description: Siberian elm bark features deep ridges,dark to light gray.
  • Twig Description: Covered in numerous thin, pendulous branches.
  • Flowering: Flowers are not of any ornamental value.
  • Needle or Broadleaf: Broadleafed
  • Comments: None

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