This fast growing variety (up to 3 feet per year) has a strong upward branching oval habit. It does well against Dutch elm disease, elm leaf beetle and elm yellows. The large dark green foliage turns yellow in fall. These elms make excellent shade trees. They are adaptable to most soil types.
Height: 40′ – 50′
Width: 40′ – 45′
Exposure: Full sun.
Fruit / Flower: Samaras.
Fall Color: Yellow.
Water: Keep young trees well watered and mulched until established. They get more drought tolerant as they mature.
Fertilizer: Use a general fertilizer in early spring. Mulch and compost over the root zone extending to the drip line is useful.
Pruning: Prune lightly in dormancy to keep in shape and form.
Category: Trees – Triumph Elm Trees near me – Ulmus