The Siberian Elm Tree, also commonly referred to as the Ulmus Pumila, comes in a green foliage and holds a mature height of 50-70 feet with a mature spread of 40-60 feet. Its soil is widely adaptable and may be used with nearly any soiling solution or planted in any environment. The Siberian Elm Tree occupies zones 4-9.
Mature Form Round, Open, Large
Growth Rate Rapid
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Flower Color Not Showy
Fall Color Yellow
Sun to Partial Shade
Late Winter/Early Spring
Good Fall Color
It may become a noxious weed or invasively unique at times.
Soil pH requirements:
6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic)
6.6 to 7.5 (neutral)
7.6 to 7.8 (mildly alkaline)
This plant is also a native of Central Asia, Eastern Siberia, the Far East, Mongolia, Tibet, Northern Asia, India - Northern Kashmir - and even Korea. It's also known as the Asiatic Elm or the Dwarf Elm but is also sometimes miscalled Chinese Elm. It's the last of its species encountered within the semi-desert slopes of central Asia. Described in the 18th century from among numerous specimens of Transbaikal, this Ulmus Pumila's widely cultivated throughout America, Asia and southern Europe. It's naturalized across much of the U.S.
Usually small to medium-sized, and often bushy, it grows to 10–20 m - or 35–65 ft - tall, with trunks up to 176 cm d.b.h. Its leaves are deciduous within cold areas yet semi-evergreen in warm climates - less than 7 cm long and less than 3 cm broad with oblique bases and coarsely serrated margins, that change from dark green to yellow.
Siberian Elm Tree
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