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Ulmus x elegantissima 'Jacqueline Hiller'
A unique shrub form found in a garden in Brimingham, England. This slow growing elm has an elegant, dense, branching habit and canopy form.
This small elm is excellent for low hedges and a wonder selection for the Bonsai enthusiast. One gallon $15.00 Two gallon. $20.00
Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii' (Camperdown Elm) Scotch Elm
The Camperdown Elm is a form of Wych Elm. The original appeared at Camperdown House, near Dundee, in 1850. A small weeping tree with a dome shaped head, it looks good growing in a lawn in parks and gardens. It remains neat and compact, and is generally considered to be resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Mature height: 25-30 feet. 3-5’, nicely weeping, heavily branched-$30.00
Ulmus parviflora `Hokkaido' Hokkaido Japanese Elm
A very miniature variety of Japanese Elm. The absolute best Bonsai elm in the trade.
A 25 years old plant only 2 ft. tall. Leaves light green and are 1/4 inch long. Very large trunk for little stems. Used extensively for Bonsai ! - Zone: 7 One quart-$15.00, One half gallon-$20.00
Ulmus parviflora `Seiju' Seiju Chinese Elm. A dwarf form of Chinese Elm.
Plant is a well branched twiggy dwarf, with leaves that are only 1/2 inch long
and 1/4 inch wide. Leaves are green. Older stems have exfoliating bark and large fins. From rooted cuttings, so Great Bonsai ! - Zone: 5. 10 Year Dimensions: 4 ft. x 4 ft. Full Sun. $15.00
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