Ulmus rubra, Slippery Elm, trunk
Ulmus rubra, Slippery Elm, leaves and bark
Ulmus rubra, Slippery Elm, leaves
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Ulmus rubra Muhl., Slippery Elm
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Ulmus rubra, Slippery Elm, has a single trunk
and smooth to rough bark. It is a fast growing
tree and may be 45 feet tall in only 20 years.
Tarrant Co., TX
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Living around 200 years, Slippery Elms will
attain heights around 85 feet when mature.
Tarrant Co., TX
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Ulmus rubra is a deciduous tree.  The
leaves are thick, stiff, and serrated.  In
autumn, they will turn yellow, falling with
the samaras during seed dispersal.
Tarrant Co., TX
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