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Ulmus alata (Winged elm)

Other names: Cork elm, American small-leaved elm, Red elm, Small-leaved elm, Wahoo, Whahoo elm

U. alata is a rounded, open, deciduous tree with leathery, toothed, elliptic, dark green leaves turning dull yellow in autumn, branches with thin, grey, corky ridges or wings and, in late winter, small, green-brown to green-red flowers followed by oval samaras.
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus pumila (Siberian elm)

Other names: Dwarf elm

U. pumila is a upright, broad, deciduous shrub with narrowly elliptic, ovate, or lance-shaped, toothed, tapered, dark green leaves, hairy beneath, and tiny red flowers in early spring followed by winged, green fruit.
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus americana (American white elm)

Other names: American water elm, Water elm, White elm

U. americana is a rounded, deciduous tree with pendent branch tips, ovate to elliptic, toothed, dark green leaves turning yellow in autumn and clusters of tiny, red flowers in early spring followed winged, hairy, green fruit.
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Ultimate height 30m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus procera (English elm)

U. procera is a broadly upright, deciduous tree with broadly ovate, dark green leaves, rough above, paler and hairy beneath. Tiny, red flowers in early spring are followed by winged, green fruit in late spring.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 40m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus parvifolia (Chinese elm)

Other names: Lacebark

U. parvifolia is a spreading, deciduous to semi-evergreen tree with pendent shoots bearing leathery, glossy, elliptic, toothed, dark green leaves, hairy beneath, and tiny red flowers in from late summer into autumn are followed by winged, green fruit.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 18m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus minor (European field elm)

Other names: Field elm, Smooth-leaved elm, Ulmus carpinifolia

U. minor is a broadly columnar to rounded, deciduous tree with winged young shoots, ovate, glossy, prominently veined, toothed, mid-green leaves turning yellow in autumn and small, red flowers in spring followed by ovate, winged, red-marked, green fruit.
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Ultimate height 30m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus glabra 'Lutescens' (Golden elm )

Other names: Wych elm 'Lutescens', Feathered elm 'Lutescens', Mountain elm 'Lutescens'

'Lutescens' is a spreading, deciduous tree, broadly rounded when mature, with ovate to oblong, yellow-green leaves, turning yellow in autumn, and insignificant red flowers in early spring followed by clustered, winged, green fruit.
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Ultimate height 10m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus americana 'Princeton' (American elm 'Princeton')

'Princeton' is a vase-shaped, deciduous tree, with rough, ovate to elliptic, dark green leaves, turning yellow in autumn, and insignificant green flowers in early spring followed by clustered, winged, green fruit.
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii' (Camperdown elm)

'Camperdownii' is a large tree with weeping branches bearing large, rough, dark green leaves turning yellow in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 12m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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