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Chinese 'Yarralumla' Elm

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Botanical Name:
Ulmus parvifolia 'Yarralumla'
Common Name:
Chinese 'Yarralumla' Elm
Description:
A grafted weeping form of the Chinese Elm, developed in the ACT. Has an open, broad weeping habit. Briefly deciduous in cold climates and semi-evergreen in warm. Bark is smoother than the Chinese Elm (U. parvifolia). Does well in any fertile moist soil, but once established is drought hardy.
Tree categories:
Heritage tree
Autumn colour
Evergreen Tree
Flowering/Ornamental
Shade tree
Narrow spaces
Hedge & Screening
Driveways & Avenues
Street tree
Drought resistant
Coastal
Courtyard & Pots
Wind Hardy
Frost hardy
Full/part sun
Full shade
Water tolerant
Summer foliage color:
Growth rate:
Fast
Size:
Large
Max. Height:
15 Metres
Max. Canopy:
10 Metres
Climate:
Sub-tropical to cold
Soil:
Fertile, moist - adaptable.
Pruning:
None required