Ulmus davidiana var. japonica 'Morton' Accolade

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Ulmus davidiana var. japonica 'Morton' Accolade - Accolade Elm
Common name: Accolade Elm
Family: Ulmaceae (Elm)
Distribution: Cultivated
Hardiness: -30 - 30 F
Life form: Deciduous tree
Bloom Time: February to March
Fall color: Yellow
Foliage characteristics: Simple, alternate, ovate to elliptic leaves with serrated margins.
Fruit characteristics: Single-seeded, oval to round samara. Mature in April-May.
Disease resistance: Resistant to Dutch elm disease, elm leaf miner, and elm leaf beetle.
Bark characteristics: Gray and furrowed.
Average height: 50-60'
Structure: Vase
Description: This elm has excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease and pests. It also grows quickly, and has glossy, green foliage.
Links: GRIN Taxonomy - Simple Query Species DataMissouri Botanical Garden Plant FinderThe Morton Arboretum


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