Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia 'Murray's Form')
The Murray's Form Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia 'Murray's Form') is an attractive tree grown for its lovely form, foliage and bark. Chinese Elms have relatively small leaves compared to other elm species and they may stay on the tree all year or be semi-deciduous depending on the growing conditions. The glossy green leaves usually turn yellow in autumn if they are going to fall. The mottled bark is another feature.
• Uses: ornamental tree, shade tree, specimen tree, avenue tree, parks, street tree, bonsai
• Size: 10 metres high x 6-8 metres wide depending on conditions
• Features: attractive form, mottled bark and glossy green leaves