(Ulmus crassifolia)
The hallmark of the native cedar elm is its small, sandpapery leaves and furrowed bark. Growing to 75′ feet tall, the cedar elm can tolerate compacted and poorly drained soils better than most trees and is very drought-tolerant. Glossy green leaves in the spring and beautiful golden fall color make this elm a great addition to the landscape, either as a single specimen or in groves.

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