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Ulmus minor ‘Cloud Corky’

This first-sized elm is known for the unusual cork strips it forms on its bark and twigs. An erratic growing species with green serrate leaves with light undersides. For moist airy calcareous soil. Tolerates a variety of environmental factors. Synonym Ulmus minor var. suberosa.

Characteristics:

Origin:

Europe, North Africa and western Asia

Adult height:

First size trees 12+ m

Growth habit:

Oval, Semi-open, Whimsical growing, Wide crown

Application:

Large gardens, Solitary, Squares and parks, Trees on the coast

Environmental factors:

(sea) wind resistant, can withstand air pollution well, resistant to road salt, drought-proof

Soil:

calcareous, well-drained moist soil

Flowers:

March

Bloeikleur

green, purple

Fruits:

brown, winged nuts

Bladeren

lanceolate, oval, sawn

Bijzonderheden

cork frames, erratic

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