Allee Elm


Alee Elm has foliage that is a medium glossy green that turns yellow to orange to rust-red in the Fall. The exfoliating bark shows a mosaic of gray, green, brown and orange brown on a fluted trunk.

Growth Conditions: Grows well in a wide range of soil types and can withstand the harshest growing conditions

Scientific Name

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Emer II’

Interesting Notes

  • Resistant to: Dutch Elm Disease, Elm Leaf Beetles, and Japanese Beetles
  • Height: 60′
  • Spread: 45′
  • Fall Foliage Color: Yellow to red

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