Ulmus parvifolia f. lanceolata

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Ulmus parvifolia f. lanceolata
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U. p. f. lanceolata
Trinomial name
Ulmus parvifolia f. lanceolata

Ulmus parvifolia f. lanceolata, the Chinese elm, is a rare form endemic to South Korea.

Cultivation[edit]

Several specimens are grown in Europe,[1] but it is not known to be cultivated in North America or Australasia. There are no known cultivars of this taxon, nor is it known to be available from nurseries.

Accessions[edit]

Asia
Europe

References[edit]

  1. ^ Accessions List, Strona Arboretum