Siberian Elm Seed Pack CLEARANCE!
Siberian Elm Seeds
Exotic Seed Pack
Botanical Name: Ulmus pumila
Siberian elm is a fast-growing, small to medium-sized tree with an open, round crown of slender, spreading branches. It generally measures 50-70 feet (15-21 meters) tall with a spread equal to three-fourths its height. Its rough bark is gray or brown and shallowly furrowed at maturity.
Siberian elm trees are native to northern China, eastern Siberia, Manchuria, and Korea, and were introduced to the U.S. in the 1860's. They are the hardiest of all elms and do well even in areas with cold winters and long periods of summer droughts. Often planted in recent decades because of its fast growth, it is now established at least from Minnesota south to Arkansas and west to Utah. They make excellent, fast growing shade trees and are great wind blockers when planted fairly close together.
Seeds will germinate in 1 to 2 weeks. Instructions for planting and care included on back of seed package.
Seeds are sold by weight, not number of seeds per package.
Net Weight: 200 milligrams.
Ages 4 and up.