American elm


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Related to American elm: American chestnut, Dutch elm disease
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large ornamental tree with graceful gradually spreading branches common in eastern North America

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National Capitol at that time was a disease-tolerant Valley Forge American elm developed by arboretum plant geneticist Alden M.
Some in single and some in double rows on either side of the avenue, they are already starting to arch overhead in the cathedral-like way that so distinguishes the American elm and made it the most beloved street tree ever in American towns and cities.
A stately young American elm represents more than a decade of work developing specimens resistant to Dutch elm disease, which decimated this popular street tree.
Q: I have seedlings from the American elm "Survivor Tree" in Oklahoma City.
They also found a new co-champion American elm, 421 points, in Greensville County, Virginia, and the new biggest black ash and biggest green hawthorn.
Like other early-flowering trees, trees such as the silver maple and American elm, red maple flowers are visited by a variety of insects on warm days in late winter when the flowers are releasing pollen.
Thirteen other new members of the royal family score in the 400s: silver maple, Arizona sycamore, Pacific madrone, American elm, common hackberry, two longbeak eucalyptus co-champs, and the black, willow, swamp chestnut, Shumard, white, and Texas live oaks.
There's only one survivor left in the McCormick series, an American elm that horticulturists have protected from disease and other perils.
Flame weeders are effective for wilting leaves but are risky to use near homes, wooden structures, and trees that aren't fire-tolerant, such as American Elm. Vinegar will deliver similar results, but more safely.
Moving inside, the four-story, glass-enclosed commons area has seating, classrooms behind glass curtains, and a tall wall of American elm topped by a small suspended triangle chapel where students can practice their religion or pray for better grades.
The tree, an American elm, was planted by early settlers on the prairie almost 100 years ago.
American elm trees have been decimated across the eastern United States by Dutch elm disease.
UMR floodplain forest is primarily composed of silver maple, green ash, and American elm, with cottonwood, black willow, river birch, swamp white oak, hackberry (Celtis occidentalis), and box elder (Acer negundo) common in some areas (Knutson and Klaas, 1998; Urich et al, 2002).
* Dutch elm disease has killed millions of American elm trees.
Chop everything on the live edge American Elm cutting board, created using only dead or dying trees, harvested with minimal equipment, and dried in a solar kiln.
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