Ulmus glabra

Ulmus glabra is a species that is commonly seen as a tree. However, we do not grow it very tall, but in years it can reach up to 40 metres.

Ulmus glabra - the mountain elm

Ulmus glabra, better known as the rough elm or wych elm, is a large deciduous tree native to Europe and western Asia. This tree species is known for its robust trunk, broad crown and rough, oval leaves with a characteristic asymmetrical base.

In spring, the rough elm blooms with small, inconspicuous flowers that later develop into seeds with wings, also called samaras.

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