A majestic tree that once dominated the British landscape, the Golden Elm has a distinctive asymmetrical branch pattern, forming the base for delightful splashes of bright green from the small leaves. Those leaves have a round to oval shape and come to an extended point at the end, giving them a strong feel. Spring brings hanging tassels of flowers which vary between pink and red, although their appearance remains subtle. A fine specimen tree, this hardy deciduous elm with grow to 8 x 4m
Suitable for: Street and avenue planting, shade and specimen tree.
Features: Beautiful golden lime-green foliage.
Botanical Name: ULMUS procera ‘Louis Van Houtte’