'Princeton' has shown excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease.
In Stock: 20.93 lb (Total:20.93lb)
Ulmus americana 'Princeton'
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: none required
Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
American elm 'Princeton' variety has shown excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease, and is used as street trees. You can bring back some of the historical beauty of the American Elm. With its graceful, arching, vase-like growth form and tolerance of most stress factors, the American Elm was used widely as a shade tree and as a street tree. Its quick-growing and adaptable nature makes it a perfect fit for a range of habitats, including rich bottomlands, floodplains, stream banks, and swampy ground. With its dark green leaves, often turning yellow in fall, the American Elm is a sight to behold. Unfortunately, the species is highly susceptible to Dutch elm disease, making it rare to find one over 100 years old. However, the American Elm is still a popular choice for landscaping due to its sturdiness, and the state tree of both Massachusetts and North Dakota. Order your own Ulmus americana var. 'Princeton' American Elm and bring a piece of American history to your garden.