Ulmus × hollandica 'Dampieri'
|Ulmus × hollandica cultivar|
|Hybrid parentage||U. glabra × U. minor|
The hybrid elm cultivar Ulmus × hollandica 'Dampieri' is one of a number of cultivars arising from the crossing of the Wych Elm U. glabra with a variety of Field Elm U. minor; the tree was originally identified as Ulmus campestris var. nuda subvar. fastigiata Dampieri Hort., Vilv. by Wesmael.
Pests and diseases
The tree is susceptible to Dutch elm disease.
Believed to have originated in continental Europe, 'Dampieri' was first marketed in the Low Countries in 1853, and commonly planted in towns during the latter half of the 19th century. 'Dampieri' (as U. montana fastigiata 'Dampieri') was known to have been marketed in Poland in the 19th century by the Ulrich nursery, Warsaw and by the Späth nursery in Berlin. Three specimens supplied by Späth to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in 1902 as U. montana fastigiata Dampieri may survive in Edinburgh as it was the practice of the Garden to distribute trees about the city (viz. the Wentworth Elm); the current list of Living Accessions held in the Garden per se does not list the plant.
- Ulmus campestris var. nuda subvar. fastigiata Dampieri Hort., Vilv.: Wesmael, Bulletin de la Fédération des sociétés d'horticulture de Belgique 1862: 389, 1863.
- Ulmus carpinifolia (: minor) 'Dampier': Plant Buyer's Guide, ed. 6, 1285, of 1958.
- Ulmus montana var. pyramidalis: Lavallée , Arboretum Segrezianum 237, 1877.
- Arnold Arboretum. Acc. no. 17876
- Brighton & Hove City Council, UK, NCCPG elm collection .
- Grange Farm Arboretum , Sutton St. James, Spalding, Lincs., UK. Acc. no. 841.
- Hortus Botanicus Nationalis, Salaspils, Latvia. Acc. no. 18118
- Strona Arboretum, University of Life Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.
- University of Copenhagen Botanic Garden, where it is also known by the common name of 'Krusbladet'.
- Noordplant , Glimmen, The Netherlands.
- De Reebock , Zwalm, Belgium.
- JohanVanHerreweghe , Schellebelle, Belgium
- Green, Peter Shaw (1964). "Registration of cultivar names in Ulmus". Arnoldia. Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University. 24 (6–8): 41–80. Retrieved 16 February 2017.
- Photographs of young 'Dampieri' elm  and mature specimens  in Hoorn, Holland (Handbuch der Ulmengewächse, ulmen-handbuch.de/handbuch/ulmus/gattung_ulmus.html)
- "Bezettingslaan, Groningen". Google Maps. Retrieved 2017-02-14.
- Meulemans, M.; Parmentier, C. (1983). Burdekin, D.A., ed. "Studies on Ceratocystis ulmi in Belgium" (PDF). Forestry Commission Bulletin (Research on Dutch elm disease in Europe). London: HMSO (60): 86–95.
- Elwes, Henry John; Henry, Augustine (1913). The Trees of Great Britain & Ireland. 7. p. 1894.
- Ulrich, C. (1894), Katalog Drzew i Krezewow, C. Ulrich, Rok 1893–94, Warszawa
- Accessions book. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. 1902. pp. 45, 47.
- "List of Living Accessions: Ulmus". Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Retrieved 21 September 2016.
- Johnson, O. (2011). Champion Trees of Britain & Ireland, 169. Kew Publishing, Kew, London. ISBN 9781842464526.
- White, J. & More, D. (2002). Trees of Britain and northern Europe. Cassell, London.
- "Herbarium specimen - E00824852". Herbarium Catalogue. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Sheet described as U. montana fastigiata Dampieri (RBGE specimen 1902)
- "Herbarium specimen - E00824854". Herbarium Catalogue. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Sheet described as U. montana fastigiata Dampieri (RBGE specimen 1902)
- "Herbarium specimen - E00824855". Herbarium Catalogue. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Sheet described as U. montana fastigiata Dampieri (RBGE specimen 1905)
- "Herbarium specimen - E00824853". Herbarium Catalogue. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Sheet described as U. montana f. Dampieri (incorrectly given as syn. of 'Exoniensis'
- "Ulmus × hollandica 'Dampieri'". Herbarium catalogue. Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 17 October 2016.