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Chinese Elm Overview
This ornamental Chinese Elm will grow quickly, and forms a spreading top with graceful, swaying branches. The autumn foliage ranges from golden to purple. The cluster of red fruit are formed in the autumn, while leaves are still on the tree. As it matures, the bark develops beautiful patterns of silver and green which add a distinctive grace to the tree.
Common problems with Chinese Elm
How to propagate Chinese Elm
You can propagate from semi-ripe cuttings in the summer or seeds in the autumn.
Other uses of Chinese Elm
Shade, ornamental, foliage, specimen