Catlin Elm (ulmus parvifolia 'catlin')
One of a Kind
This Catlin Elm is a sport of the common Chinese Elm. It is partly evergreen in mild climates and evergreen in the south. Its leaves are very tiny (0.25" - 0.75" long), are a shiny dark green, and smaller than Zelkova. The Catlin Elm can only be propagated by cutting or layering. It grows slower than the Chinese Elm, but it produces a much finer network of twigs and branches.Features:
- 11 years old, 9" x 9" x 17" tall.
- Deciduous in cold climates. Recommended outdoor deciduous,
- Potted in a 8" Aztec orange lotus shaped container. Sold with Humidity/drip tray.
- May be shipped with no foliage during autumn and winter.