Ulmus davidiana var. japonica

An Asian elm forming a graceful, usually tall crown and closely related to the European Field Elm, U. minor. Foliage is rough hairy and the twigs are downy. Has a variable resistance to Dutch Elm Disease, with some forms being completely resistant. Grown at the Hillier gardens, Hants, since 1977.

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