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Elm Cedar

A native Texas elm that grows well in most parts of the state. It is an adaptable, tough tree with good drought tolerance. Small dark green leaves turn yellow in fall. Tolerant of heavy clay soils and wet locations. Excellent, easy care shade tree.

Elm Cedar

  • 45 gallon
  • Botanical Name Ulmus crassifolia
    Exposure Full Sun
    Height x Width 40-60' H x 30-40' W
    Water Water regularly until established. Requires little water once established.
    Zones Zones 6-10
    Fertilization Fertilize in spring and fall with a well balanced fertilizer. Follow label directions.
    Pruning Little pruning is generally needed. Prune as needed to remove broken or mis-directed branches.
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