Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium


  Ulmus pumila L. image
Photographer: (c)John M. Randall/The Nature Conservancy           

(c)John M. Randall/The Nature Conservancy

(c)John M. Randall/The Nature Conservancy

Robert W. Freckmann
Family Ulmaceae
Ulmus pumila L.
Siberian elm
Ulmus: the classical Latin name for the elm
pumila: dwarf
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Status: Introduced - naturalized; ecologically invasive
Plant: perennial tree 50'-98' tall with an open crown; gray to brown, deeply furrowed bark with interlacing ridges, branches without wings
Flower: dark brown, oval buds; inflorescence a tight, erect cluster with 6-15 flowers; blooms late winter into early spring
Fruit:yellowish to cream samara with broad wings and a deeply notched tip; seeds thick but not inflated
Leaf:narrowly elliptic to lance-like, bases usually equal, edges singly toothed
Habitat: waste places, roadsides, fencerows
(Glossary)

More Information Natural Communities Herbarium Specimens
All Ulmus list Google- Images or Text

Flora of North America (off site)
Synonyms 
Ulmus manshurica Nakai
Ulmus turkestanica Req.

         
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