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Shape: Upright vase, arching
Foliage: Medium green, glossy
Fall Color: Yellow orange to rust red
Dutch Elm Disease and phloem necrosis. Tall, upright and arching, this cultivar’s growth habit is unique among U. parvifolia cultivars, being reminiscent of the grand American Elm. Its exfoliating bark creates a mosaic of orange, tan and gray, a beautiful sight on a mature tree. Discovered by Dr. Michael Dirr of University of Georgia, Athens.