Lacebark Elm 100 seeds. trees, seeds

October 1, 2019 - Comment

DA Tree Store (the seller and creator of this listing) is a seller of tree seeds and tree seed growing supplies to hobbyist, nurseries, gardeners, tree farms, and anyone else that wants to grow trees from seeds. DA Tree store guarantees your seeds will arrive safe and the quantity you ordered. There’s many more varieties

DA Tree Store (the seller and creator of this listing) is a seller of tree seeds and tree seed growing supplies to hobbyist, nurseries, gardeners, tree farms, and anyone else that wants to grow trees from seeds. DA Tree store guarantees your seeds will arrive safe and the quantity you ordered. There’s many more varieties and available purchasing options in my store. datreestore.com Thanks in advance for viewing my listing and store. Shipping is $3.25 for U.S. customers and $4.00 for United Kingdom customers, no matter how many purchases you make across all my listings. Before paying, just request an invoice for combined payment when you finish making your purchases and an invoice will be sent usually within an hour, unless purchases are made late at night, then invoice will be sent next morning. Orders are usually shipped out within 24 hours, purchases are made after 2:00 pm on Friday, then order will be shipped the following Monday. Lacebark Elm, ulmus parvifolia 100 seedsLacebark Elm, also known as the Chinese Elm or Drake Elm, has the most beautiful bark – green, gray, orange and brown mottled and flaking in small thin plates. This is a handsome tree, often with a trunk that forks and produces a vase shape similar to American Elm. The Lacebark Elm usually gets no more than 40-50 ft tall. The leaves are typical elm leaves – about 2 in long, elliptic, toothed, conspicuously veined and with unequal bases. Lacebark Elm is tardily deciduous, almost evergreen in mild climates. Most elms produce their little winged “samaras” in the spring; this one fruits in the fall. The samaras are flat and papery, about 1/3 in across and rather showy hanging in dense clusters. Lacebark Elm is native to China, Korea and Japan. Lacebark Elm is a fast growing tree that is adaptable to most soil types. It likes full sun to partial shade. The Lacebark Elm is not as tolerant of drought as Siberian elm. Most of the elms make great shade and avenue trees and the Lacebark Elm is one of the best. This is a good replacement for American elm which is apparently going extinct due to Dutch elm disease. Foliage in autumn often turns shades of red and purple. With its multi-colored exfoliating bark, Lacebark Elm is especially attractive in winter. Also makes a great bonsai. The Lacebark Elm is cold hardy to USDA zone 5, for a map click here ——-> http://www.datreestore.com/usdazonemap.html. Planting instructions can be found on my website. No Stratification required.

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