Ulmus parvifolia – Chinese elm



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Ulmus parvifolia Chinese elm

China, Japan; 8m
Planting position: Full sun.Non-humidity regions.
Tolerates medium drought.
Requires regular watering during dry spells.Organically enriched fertile soil.Apply a little bone-meal in spring.Prune for shape only.
Propagate from seed in autumn.

Often seen as a street tree, the Chinese elm has toothed shiny foliage and produces fine, papery green flowers in spring.

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