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Scotch Elm
Ulmus glabra

Native to Europe and parts of Asia, this elm, also called Wych Elm or Camperdown Elm, was introduced into the United States and Canada as a cold tolerant ornamental tree with attractive foliage. The trees can reach heights of 40 m and have broad crowns. This species is susceptible to Dutch Elm disease, but is not especially favored as a host by the bark beetles that spread the disease.

Habitat:Planted as an ornamental.
Growth Habit:Deciduous tree, typically growing to about 21-30 m tall.
Bloom Time:Spring.
Presence in US:CA CT IA IL KS MA ME MI MN MO NY OH PA VA VT WI WV
Presence in Canada:NB NS ON
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