Leaf Identification

The leaves of the Scotch Elm are 3″ to 6″ long and have a rough texture. They are oblong- to obovate-shape with an acuminate tip. They have a dark green color.

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Twig and Bud Identification

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Bark Identification

The Scotch Elm has gray, furrowed bark with thin scales.

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Fruit Identification

The fruit of the American Elm are single-seeded, wafer-like samaras. They have a flattened, papery wing that is also circular.

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Flower Identification

The flowers of the American Elm are reddish-green and inconspicuous.

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‘Camperdownii’ Identification

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