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The Morton Arboretum

(Elm, Morton Glossy Elm, Triumph™ Elm)

Triumph™ is a deciduous elm tree raised at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois, from a cross between Vanguard™ elm and Accolade™ elm. It grows rapidly into an upright, oval, symmetrical tree with lustrous, dark green foliage on gently arching branches. Triumph™ prefers full sun and humus-rich, well-drained soil. It shows excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease and other pests and diseases. It is well suited for planting along streets or on large properties.

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The Morton Arboretum

(Accolade™ Elm, Elm, Morton Elm)

A hybrid of two Asian elm species, Accolade™ is a large deciduous tree introduced by the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. Its arching, vase-shaped habit is very reminiscent of the American elm. It has glossy, dark green foliage that changes to yellow in fall. Accolade™ prefers full sun and humus-rich, well-drained soil, and tolerates stressful conditions including pollution and drought. It shows excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease and other pests and diseases. It is well suited for planting...

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Jessie Keith

(American Elm)

The American elm is a large deciduous tree native to eastern North America. Its arching spreading habit, handsome dark green foliage, and tolerance of city conditions made it the quintessential shade tree for the eastern United States before Dutch elm disease decimated it in the mid-1900s. Elm yellows is another disease that attacks American elms, often fatally. Several disease resistant forms of American elm have been introduced including 'Valley Forge', 'New Harmony', 'Princeton', and 'Independence'....

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Jesse Saylor

(American Elm, Augustine Elm)

The American elm is a large deciduous tree native to eastern North America. Its arching spreading habit, handsome dark green foliage, and tolerance of city conditions made it the quintessential shade tree for the eastern United States before Dutch elm disease decimated it in the mid-1900s. Elm yellows is another disease that attacks American elms, often fatally. Several disease resistant forms of American elm have been introduced including 'Valley Forge', 'New Harmony', 'Princeton', and 'Independence'....

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Sharptop Trees

(American Elm, Princeton Elm)

The American elm is a large deciduous tree native to eastern North America. Its arching spreading habit, handsome dark green foliage, and tolerance of city conditions made it the quintessential shade tree for the eastern United States before Dutch elm disease decimated it in the mid-1900s. Elm yellows is another disease that attacks American elms, often fatally. Several disease resistant forms of American elm have been introduced including 'Valley Forge', 'New Harmony', 'Princeton', and 'Independence'....

(Cedar Elm)

Adapted to the heat and occasional drought of its native range (south-central United States and northeastern Mexico), this small to large deciduous or evergreen tree is also notable for its tiny leaves and late-summer bloom. In these traits it resembles lacebark elm (Ulmus parvifolia), with which it hybridizes. Long-lived, dense, and round-headed, it has corky gray bark which is sometimes winged on its branchlets.

The leaves are quintessential elm: oval, rough, jaggedly toothed, and...

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Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Elm, Scotch Elm)

A stately deciduous shade tree with a domed crown, Scotch elm is native to central and northern Europe, Asia Minor and Siberia. It is highly susceptible to Dutch elm disease and thus rarely cultivated in North America since the 1970s. The toothed, oval, medium to dark green leaves have rough upper and downy lower surfaces. In early spring inconspicuous reddish-green flowers cover the leafless branches, followed by clouds of fuzzy winged fruits. In autumn the leaves turn shades of yellow before falling...

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Jesse Saylor

(Camperdown Elm, European Mountain Elm, Scotch Elm)

A dwarf weeping selection of a stately Eurasian tree, 'Camperdownii' forms a domed lampshade-like crown of zigzagging branches. The toothed, oval, medium to dark green leaves have rough upper and downy lower surfaces. In early spring inconspicuous reddish flowers cover the leafless branches, followed by clouds of fuzzy winged green fruits that ripen to tan. In autumn the leaves turn shades of yellow before falling to reveal the contorted branches and grayish-brown bark of this architectural tree....

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Jessie Keith

(European Mountain Elm, Scotch Elm, Tabletop Scotch Elm)

A stately deciduous shade tree with a domed crown, Scotch elm is native to central and northern Europe, Asia Minor and Siberia. It is highly susceptible to Dutch elm disease and thus rarely cultivated in North America since the 1970s. The toothed, oval, medium to dark green leaves have rough upper and downy lower surfaces. In early spring inconspicuous reddish-green flowers cover the leafless branches, followed by clouds of fuzzy winged fruits. In autumn the leaves turn shades of yellow before falling...

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Jesse Saylor

(Smoothleaf Elm)

A variable elm that often assumes a low-forking, rounded or conical form, this medium-sized deciduous tree comes from Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa. The relatively small, oval, glossy green leaves have toothed edges. Fall color is usually a weak yellow. Inconspicuous flowers in spring are followed small winged yellow-green fruits. The furrowed bark sometimes has orange undertones. Plants may sucker from the roots.

Grow this elm in fertile, well-drained, acidic to mildly alkaline soil....