Siberian elm are small to medium-sized trees that are rather bushy in stature. Siberian elm leaves are deciduoustrees that lose their leaves in the fall and grow new ones back in the spring. 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
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