Ulmus parvifolia 'Burgundy'
The tree rarely exceeds 6 m in height, and has a broad, rounded form. The leaves are relatively large, dark-green, turning a deep burgundy in autumn. The exfoliating mottled bark is a rich orange-brown.
Pests and diseases
'Burgundy' is not known to be in cultivation beyond North America.
Presumably named for the colour of its autumn foliage.
- Scott Arboretum. Acc. no. 2003-261
- U S National Arboretum , Washington, D.C., United States. Acc. no. 62211.
- http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/factsheets/trees-new/cultivars/ulmus_parvifolia.htm Ulmus parvifolia cultivar list.
- http://fletcher.ces.state.nc.us/programs/nursery/metria/metria11/warren/elm.htm Return of the Elm - the status of elms in the nursery industry in 2000. Warren, K., J. Frank Schmidt and Co.
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