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105.‘Accolade’ Smoothleaf Elm

Ulmus carpinifolia ‘Accolade’


Tree Details

Hardiness zone:
4 to 5
Height:
70 to 90 ft.
Spread:
Somewhat pyramidal
Habit:
Straight trunk and slender, ascending branches
Light:

Soil:

Flowers:

Fruit:

Landscape use:
Very good Dutch elm disease resistance, good elm leaf beetle and leaf miner resistance
History:
A Morton Arboretum introduction in 1924
Pests\Problems:
None noted
Significant Features:
American Elm-like exceedingly glossy dark green foliage, rich golden yellow fall color

 

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