Ulmus parvifolia  'Todd' icon

Ulmus parvifolia  'Todd' icon

A Fleming’s selection of Chinese Elm which generally maintains a good central leader, with a relatively even branch structure when compared to the species. A tough tree that shows potential for park, garden and street planting where space permits.
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  • Genus

    Ulmus

  • Species

    parvifolia

  • Variety Type

    Ornamental

  • Variety

    Ulmus (Elm)

  • Growth Rate

    Moderate.

  • Foliage

    Lustrous and thick, dark green leaves with an evenly and shallowly serrated margin. In autumn the leaves turn bronzy-orange to yellow or yellowish-green and often are reddish in a very narrow band along the margins. However, the tree may be semi-evergreen in warmer climates.

  • Bark

    Ornamental greyish-brown, exfoliating in patches to reveal brownish-orange younger bark on older trees. Young branches with numerous orange lenticels (pores).

  • Ornamental Fruit

    Samaras up to 9 mm in diameter, maturing in late autumn.

  • Tree Habit

    Broadly ovate to rounded, if slightly irregular, with wide spreading branches.

  • Flowers

    Inconspicuous flowers in late summer.

  • Height (m)

    10

  • Width (m)

    11