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Siberian Elm

Ulmus pumila


Siberian elm is a medium-sized tree that grows to be up to 20 meters tall. It is native to northeastern Asia. It often invades pastures, road-sides and prairies throughout the regions of the United States and Canada. Siberian elm’s are very drought and cold resistant allowing them to grow in areas where other trees cannot. The abundant, wind-dispersed seeds allow this plant to spread rapidly. It is frequently planted in Canada and elsewhere for hedges; thrives on most soils, often under adverse conditions.


Narrow, 2-7 cm long, almost symmetrical at the the base, margin usually single-toothed; dark green, hairless, smooth, firm; stalk short, tinged dark red


Thick, rough, gray with rocky ridges when mature


About 10 mm long, almost round, hairless, with a closed notch at the tip of the wing

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