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Lacebark Elm

Hardiness Zones: 5 - 9
Average shipping height: 3'
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    Member Price $15.99
    Reg. Price $21.99
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This handsome, graceful tree has a rounded crown adorned with lustrous dark green leaves that change to yellow and reddish purple in fall. A landscape standout, the lacebark elm has distinctive bark, which is mottled and often creates colorful patterns in its trunk. This elm adapts to many soil conditions and is relatively free from the diseases ravaging other elm species, making it a tough and durable tree for any situation.

  • Features distinctive, mottled bark
  • Produces a multitude of fall colors from yellow to reddish-purple
  • Can adapt to most conditions
The Lacebark Elm Grows in zones 5 - 9

Your Tree’s Personality

Shape

Rounded

Growth Speed

Medium to Fast

Scientific Name

Ulmus parvifolia

Mature Height

40' - 50'

Mature Spread

35' - 45'

Shipping Height

3'

Sun Preference

Full Sun, Partial Sun/Shade

Soil Preference

Acidic, Alkaline, Clay, Drought, Loamy, Moist, Sandy, Well Drained, Wet

Wildlife Value

The tree provides nesting sites for small animals and birds; the seeds are an abundant food source for birds; and the leaves are attractive to mourning cloak, eastern comma and question mark butterfly larvae.

History/Lore

This landscape standout earned the name Lacebark Elm for its distinctive bark, which is mottled instead of ridged as in other Elms and often creates colorful patterns in its trunk. A native of China, Korea and Japan, the tree was introduced to America in 1794.

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