Ulmus crassifolia

Plant Description
Deciduous, upright  and fast growing tree that has a rustic feel and textured leaves. Single trunk form often finds this tree used in urban and street plantings, but also has a natural growth shape and is a great fit for any garden in Texas. Native to Texas, fairly drought tolerant and has notable yellow and golden fall color. Cousin to the "Lacebark Elm' and newer variety 'Allee Elm'. ideal uses are for shade and along boulevards and streets.

Plant Details
Pros: Yellow fall color, Upright form, texture
Cons: Deciduous, can be susceptible to disease
Size: 60-75' height, 50' spread
Light: Sun Shade
Bloom Color: None
Fall Color: Yellow/Gold
Water Needs: Low-Normal
Similar Plants: Allee Elm, Lacebark Elm, American Elm

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