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Image of Zelkova serrata

James Burghardt

(Green Vase Zelkova, Japanese Zelkova)

Often suggested and used as a disease-resistant substitute for the closely related American elm, Japanese zelkova is a medium to tall deciduous tree from eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Green Vase' has a relatively narrow vase-shaped canopy, handsome exfoliating bark, and pleasing dark glossy green foliage that turns bronzy orange or burgundy in autumn. The small oval leaves are toothed with a pointed tip. The smooth, dull grayish tan bark eventually exfoliates to reveal underlying rusty-orange patches....

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Zelkova, Variegated Zelkova)

Casting dense shade with its spreading, vase-shaped canopy, Japanese zelkova has handsome bark and pleasing dark glossy green foliage that turns bronzy orange or burgundy in autumn. A medium to tall, deciduous tree from eastern Asia, it is often suggested and used as a disease-resistant substitute for the closely related American elm. The small oval leaves are toothed with a pointed tip. The smooth, dull grayish tan bark eventually exfoliates to reveal underlying rusty-orange patches. The inconspicuous...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Zelkova, Village Green Zelkova)

Often suggested and used as a disease-resistant substitute for the closely related American elm, Japanese zelkova is a medium to tall deciduous tree from eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Village Green' has a rounded canopy, handsome exfoliating bark, and pleasing dark glossy green foliage that turns bronzy orange or burgundy in autumn. The small oval leaves are toothed with a pointed tip. The smooth, dull grayish tan bark eventually exfoliates to reveal underlying rusty-orange patches. The inconspicuous...

Image of Ziziphus jujuba photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Date, Jujube)

A small deciduous fruit tree that bears at a young age and flourishes under the toughest conditions, this native of China and Southeast Asia has been cultivated in that region for 4000 years. Upright and oval with drooping branchlets, it usually grows as a multi-stemmed tree unless trained otherwise. Paired spines may be present along the branches and at the base of leaves. The glossy, rich green, oval leaves have three prominent lighter colored veins. Numerous small clusters of tiny, fruitily scented,...

(Jujube, Lang Jujube)

A small deciduous fruit tree that bears at a young age and flourishes under the toughest conditions, this native of China and Southeast Asia has been cultivated in that region for 4000 years. Cultivar 'Lang' produces relatively large, pear-shaped fruits that are best left to dry on the tree. Upright and oval with drooping branchlets, it usually grows as a multi-stemmed tree unless trained otherwise. The glossy, rich green, oval leaves have three prominent lighter colored veins. Numerous small clusters...

(Jujube, Li Jujube)

A small deciduous fruit tree that bears at a young age and flourishes under the toughest conditions, this native of China and Southeast Asia has been cultivated in that region for 4000 years. Cultivar 'Li' produces relatively large round fruits and is partly self-fruitful. Upright and narrow with drooping branchlets, it usually grows as a multi-stemmed tree unless trained otherwise. Paired spines may be present along the branches and at the base of leaves. The glossy, rich green, oval leaves have...