Common Name: Chinese elm or lacebark elm
Botanical/Scientific Name: Ulmus parvifolia
Fruiting: The fruit is a samara, elliptic to ovate-elliptic, 10–13 mm long by 6–8 mm broad
Fruiting Season: late autumn
Flowering: The apetalous wind-pollinated perfect flowers – small and inconspicuous.
Flowering Season: early autumn
Plant Structure: deciduous, semi-deciduous (rarely semi-evergreen)
Size: A small to medium, growing to 10–18 m (33–59 ft) tall and 15–20 m (49–66 ft) wide with a slender trunk and crown
Available Varieties: –
Misc Extra: leathery, lustrous green single-toothed leaves are small, 2–5 cm long by 1–3 cm broad. The trunk has a handsome, flaking bark of mottled greys with tans and reds.