Lacebark Elm

Ulmus parvifolia

Form: Rounded, Vase
Growth Rate: Moderate
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Size: 40-50’ tall by 35-50’ wide 
Zone: 5-10
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Light Requirements:
 Full sun to partial shade
Soil Requirements: Well-drained, moist, fertile, humus rich,
slightly alkaline to slightly acidic
Bark: Smooth; gray when young; matures to gray, green, orange,
and brown; showy trunk; bark exfoliates to reveal random
mottled patterns
Flower: Green; inconspicuous; blooms in late Summer to Fall
Fruit: Green or brown, flat, membranous samara seed in
middle; distal end clefted or notched, ½” long by ¼” wide;
in axillary clusters
Foliage: Alternate, simple, elliptical to ellipticlanceolate and
leather with simple to (crenate) rounded, serrated leaf margin; medium to dark green leaves turn yellow to yellow-brown and shed during Fall
Uses: Grown successfully in urban areas with poor conditions; good for street and median settings

100 S Westminster Rd, Arcadia, Oklahoma

Monday – Thursday 
8:00AM – 5:00PM
8:00AM – 3:00PM