Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, seeds
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, seeds and buds
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, into the winter canopy
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, bark example
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, bark example
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, bark example
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, bark example
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, branches
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, alternate leaves
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, leaves
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, leaves and seeds in the summer
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, leaves
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, bark example
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, spreading root system
Ulmus crassifolia, Cedar Elm, winter structure
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Leaves and seeds of Ulmus crassifolia,
Cedar Elm.
Tarrant Co., TX
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Ulmus crassifolia leaves are rougher and
smaller than American elm leaves.
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The texture of Ulmus crassifolia
leaves is similar to fine grain
sandpaper.
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Cedar Elm bark is rough and ashy brown.
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Ulmus crassifolia roots can be shallow near
the trunk but may extend 2 feet down.
Collin Co., TX
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At maturity, Cedar Elm trees
may be up to 90 feet in height.
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The seeds of Cedar Elm are
yellowish green and fuzzy.
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Ulmus crassifolia seeds hang
in clusters at the branch tips
near axillary buds.
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Cedar Elms are deciduous trees. 
The foliage turns yellow in the fall
but isn't particularly prized for the
coloration.
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Cedar Elm bark, Ulmus crassifolia
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Cedar Elm bark example,
Ulmus crassifolia
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Cedar Elm bark example,
Ulmus crassifolia
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Cedar Elm bark example,
Ulmus crassifolia
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Ulmus crassifolia has a
rounded crown with dense
foliage.
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Cedar Elm branches are
ascending.
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Cedar Elm leaves have a short
stalk and grow in an alternate
pattern on the twigs.
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Nestled within the summer foliage
of Ulmus crassifolia are small
green seeds, which begin to
disperse in early fall (and can be
quite messy).
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