Ulmus (Elm)

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Murrays Forms’ (Chinese Elm)

This elm has become very popular. Being a versatile and attractive ornamental tree, it is suitable for windbreaks or shade. This cultivar has smooth bark and a vigorous upright habit, weeping with age. It prefers full sun and deep, well drained soil. Grows to around 10mtrs.

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Todd’ (Chinese Elm)

This Chinese Elm is a Flemings Nurseries selection and is an ideal tree for streetscapes, parks and larger gardens. Its habit is not as pendulous as ‘Murrays Form’, and will reach around 10mtrs by 11mtrs at maturity.

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