Japanese Elm Tree Seeds (Ulmus davidiana) 50+Seeds
Japanese Elm Tree-U. davidiana is considered to have a remarkable resemblance to the American Elm U. americana in all but ultimate size. The tree grows to a maximum height of 15 m, a relatively slender trunk < 0.3 m d.b.h. supporting a dense canopy casting a heavy shade; the bark is longitudinally fissured. The leaves are obovate to obovate-elliptic < 10 cm × < 5 cm, with a rough upper surface, often dark red on emergence. The perfect wind-pollinated apetalous flowers are produced on second-year shoots in March, followed by obovate samarae < 19 mm long × < 14 mm wide.