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Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

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The Chinese elm (Ulmus parvifolia) belongs to the Ulmaceae (the Elm family). It is a tall deciduous tree that is distributed from Chubu district of Honshu west to Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan, Taiwan, Korean Peninsula and China. This tree grows in mountains and river banks, and can reach about 15 m in height. Bark is grayish-brown, and often shedding in squama. Leaves are elliptic, thick and alternate with acute toothed edges. Pale yellow flowers are born on the leaf axils in September, and fan-shaped fruits are ripen in October to November. Chinese elm is now cultivated all over the world as a landscaping plant. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp