Ulmus americana ‘Jefferson’
Ht 70’ x W 50’
Jefferson Elm has an umbrella shaped crown with dark green leaves that emerge early in the spring and turn yellow in the fall. Adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions and pH. Tolerates numerous environmental stresses including salts, droughts and air pollution. A U.S. National Arboretum Plant Introduction.
Ulmus americana ‘Princeton’
Ht 80’ x W 60’
Princeton has an upright growth habit and is highly resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Fast growing, graceful and symmetrical branching. Very tolerant to various soil types, moisture, heat and wind abuse.
Ulmus carpinifolia x U. parvifolia
Ht 40’ x W 30’
Frontier has glossy dark green foliage which turns an eye-catching burgundy in the fall, an unusual trait for elms. Compact form, broadly oval shape, and Dutch Elm Disease resistant.
New Horizon Elm
Ulmus japonica x U. pumila
Ht 50’ x W 35’
New Horizon has coarse textured, dark green leaves similar to American elms. Wonderful as a shade tree, it is densely leafed with a compact appearance and an upright, symmetrical growth habit. Rusty-yellow foliage in fall.