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Elm (Lacebark)

Ulmus parviflora ‘Allee’
This very refined, regal tree is also often refered to as the Allee' Elm because of the commonly used cultivar 'Emer II Allee'. The bark exfoliates in a puzzle-like pattern exposing the orangebrown, slate grey and grey green colors of the bark. The 'Allee' cultivar also boasts a fluted trunk giving it a venerable appearance. The tree is vase-shaped with a mature height around 70 feet. The canopy has an open, airy feel while still providing good shade. The texture is fine. Tolerates urban conditions and difficult sites. Insect and disease resistant. Beautiful year around. Just an overall, excellant large shade tree...
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