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Wych Elm

Ulmus glabra • Scotch elm, Scots elm


Wych elm is a large species of elm that are native to Europe. It is a large deciduous species, typically reaching heights up to 30 meters tall. It is essentially a montane species, growing at elevations up to 1500 meters, preferring sites with moist soils and high humidity. It usually grows in hilly or rocky woodlands, or beside streams and ditches.




Leaves deep green and very rough above, hairy underneath, thick. Asymmetrical base with one side curled over the stalk almost concealing. Edged with sharp double teeth.


Greenish to pale brown, hairless, flat winged nutlets (samaras). Hang in tassel-like clusters.


Grey relatively smooth, mature bark brownish-grey with fissures and plates.


Small and in dense, tassel-like clusters. No petals. Flower in March.

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