Ulmus americana L.
Family: Ulmaceae
American elm,  more...
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Etymology: Ulmus: the classical Latin name for the elm
Plants: perennial tree 70'-110' tall with a spreading, vase-shaped crown; light brown to gray, deeply fissured, peeling bark
Leaves: oval to oblong-obovate, bases unequal, edges doubly toothed
Flowers: brown, pointed buds; inflorescence a less than 1" hanging cluster; blooms winter into early spring
Fruits: yellowish to cream samara with narrow wings and hairy edges; seeds thick but not inflated
Habitat: moist; woods, swamps, fencerows, fields, waste places
Conservation Status: Native
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Know Your Trees  
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Kurt Stüber  
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David Lee  
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Michael Clayton  
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Aaron_Carlson  
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Robert R. Kowal  
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Dennis W. Woodland  
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Matthew L. Wagner  
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