Elm, Siberian – Ulmus pumilaMenoken Farm
Elm, Siberian – Ulmus pumila
A very hardy, fast growing tree with brittle wood which is subject to breakage. Extremely susceptible to insect, disease, and herbicide damage, which makes it an undesirable tree. Often confused with Chinese elm which is not hardy in North Dakota. The largest tree in North Dakota is 60 feet tall with a canopy spread of 55 feet.
Conservation Grade – base price
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