Ulmus Accolade aka Morton (Elm)

Ulmus davidiana Accolade aka Morton - Accolade is a vase shaped, medium to large, deciduous elm that typically grows to 50-60' tall and to 25-40' wide. It reportedly has excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease, elm leaf miner and elm leaf beetle. In addition to its excellent disease and pest resistance, it is also noted for its vigorous growth, glossy dark green foliage and good yellow fall color. Non-showy, small green flowers appear in spring before the foliage emerges. Flowers give way to single-seeded, wafer-like samaras. Seeds mature in April-May as the leaves reach full size. Glossy, dark green leaves have toothed margins and asymetrical bases. Leaves typically turn a quality shade of yellow in fall. Height: 15-18 m - Spread: 9-12 m. Family: Ulmaceae  

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Author : Paul S Drobot
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Online since: January 31th 2020


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Ulmus Accolade aka Morton (Elm)

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Ulmus Accolade aka Morton (Elm)

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