Ulmus Valley Forge (American Elm)

Ulmus americana Valley Forge  - The branching is typically upright and arching, creating a broad vase-shaped structure complemented by a dense canopy of leaves. The bark features greyish, flat-topped ridges, separated by roughly diamond-shaped fissures. The dark green leaves are turning golden yellow in autumn. Reportedly has excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease. It typically grows to 60-70' tall. Family: Ulmaceae  

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Ulmus Valley Forge (American Elm) 1

Author : John Hagstrom
Photo # : 32265
Online since: April 18th 2019


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Ulmus Valley Forge (American Elm)

Categories : Ulmaceae / Elm family - Family - Vertical - Portrait - Photos subjects - Trees - Plant Family -

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