Princeton Elm

Ulmus americana 'Princeton'

Description

Landscape Characteristics

Mature Size: 70' tall by 50' wide Growth Rate: Medium
Form / Shape: Dense symmetrical upright; 3 habits: vase-shaped, broad & wide, columnar Drought Tolerance: Generally found in Wetland areas
Flower / Fruit: Blooms (samaras) in Spring - green inconspicuous; round fruit, greenish-yellow, ripens May - June Soil: Moist, fertile
Foliage: Green; yellow in Fall; leaves alternate 3" to 6" long; oblique Light: Full to partial
Bark:  Dark gray with deep ridges with criss-cross pattern Pruning: Prune - September to October
  Uses: Street tree, lawn tree

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