Native to China, Korea, and Japan, Ulmus parvifolia, commonly known as Chinese Elm or lacebark elm, is a deciduous tree that has a rounded crown.
Its elliptic, toothed, glossy, dark green leaves, mottled bark, and resistance to Dutch Elm disease. Small reddish flowers in late summer. Seeds in fall.
'Seiju' is a dwarf cultivar that is primarily used for rock gardens and bonsai. It is a sort of Ulmus Parvifolia Hokkaido that features slightly larger leaves and a faster growth rate.
Over time it may reach 10' tall if not potted. Bark becomes corky with age.
9 years old, 13"-15" tall.
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