Ulmus pumila 'Dropmore'

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Ulmus pumila 'Dropmore'
Ulmus x 'FREMONT' (pumila x rubra) 1954 and Ulmus pumila 'DROPMORE' 1954 The UW Madison Arboretum 1987.06.18.jpg
Ulmus pumila 'Dropmore' (right), Ulmus 'Fremont' (U. pumila x U. rubra) (left), 1987
SpeciesUlmus pumila
Cultivar'Dropmore'
OriginUS

The Siberian Elm cultivar Ulmus pumila 'Dropmore' [1] was grown from seed collected by F. L. Skinner, of Dropmore, Manitoba, in Harbin, China.

Description[edit]

'Dropmore' is a fast-growing bushy form producing small leaves.

Pests and diseases[edit]

See under Ulmus pumila.

Cultivation[edit]

The tree remains in commercial cultivation in the United States. Considered cold-hardy far into Canada [2], it did not perform well in the hot, arid, climate of Arizona as part of the elm trials in conducted by the Northern Arizona University at Holbrook[3].

Accessions[edit]

North America
Europe

Nurseries[edit]

North America

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