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Ulmus minor Laciniata

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Laciniata was listed by Wesmael in Bulletin de la Federation des societes dhorticulture de Belgique 1862: 390 1863 as Ulmus campestris var. nuda subvar. microphylla laciniata Hort. Vilv.

                                               

Ulmus minor Lanuginosa

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Lanuginosa was mentioned by Lavallee in Arboretum Segrezianum 236. 1877, but without description.

                                               

Ulmus minor Majadahonda

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Majadahonda was cloned by grafting scions from a tree found growing in the suburb of Majadahonda, 16 km north-west of Madrid, by researchers at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros de Montes, Universidad P ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Microphylla Pendula

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Microphylla Pendula, the Weeping small-leaved elm, was first listed by the Travemunde nursery, Lubeck, and described by Kirchner in Petzold & Kirchners Arboretum Muscaviense, as Ulmus microphylla pendula Hort. B ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Microphylla Purpurea

                                               

Ulmus minor Microphylla Rubra

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Microphylla Rubra was listed by C. de Vos in Handboek, 203, 1887, as Ulmus campestris microphylla rubra but did not include a description.

                                               

Ulmus minor Monumentalis

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Monumentalis, the tomb elm, was raised as a sucker of U. suberosa by Sebastian Rinz, the city gardener of Frankfurt, and described as U. campestris var. monumentalis Rinz, Pyramid Field Elm, by Kirchner, who sai ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Pendula

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Pendula was said to have been raised in Belgium in 1863. It was listed as Ulmus sativa pendula by C. de Vos in 1887, and by Boom in 1959 as a cultivar. Herbarium specimens see External links confirm that more th ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Picturata

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Picturata was listed in the 1880 catalogue of Simon-Louis, as Ulmus picturata Cripps, suggesting an English origin in the nursery of Thomas Cripps of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, who marketed elm cultivars in the 1860 ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Propendens

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Propendens, described by Schneider in 1904 as U. glabra var. suberosa propendens, Weeping Cork-barked elm, was said by Krussmann to be synonymous with the U. suberosa pendula listed by Lavallee without descripti ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Punctata

The field elm cultivar Punctata first appeared in the 1886–87 catalogue of Simon-Louis of Metz, France, as U. campestris punctata. It was distributed by the Spath nursery, Berlin, in the 1890s and early 1900s as U. campestris punctata Sim Louis, ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Purpurascens

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Purpurascens was listed by Lavallee in Arboretum Segrezianum as U. campestris var. purpurascens, but without description, and later by Schneider in Illustriertes Handbuch der Laubholzkunde. Krussmann in Handbuch ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Purpurea

                                               

Ulmus minor Retiro

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Retiro was raised from seed collected in 2002 from a tree growing in the El Retiro park, in the centre of Madrid by researchers at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros de Montes, Universidad Politecnica de ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Reverti

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Reverti is a University of Wisconsin–Madison selection, registered and named in Germany in 1993 by Conrad Appel, Darmstadt.

                                               

Ulmus minor Rueppellii

Ulmus minor Rueppellii is a Field Elm cultivar said to have been introduced to Europe from Tashkent by the Spath nursery, Berlin. Noted in 1881 as a new elm, it was listed in Spath Catalogue 73, p. 124, 1888–89, as Ulmus campestris Rueppelli, and ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Rugosa

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Rugosa was distributed by the Spath nursery, Berlin, in the 1890s and early 1900s as U. campestris rugosa Kirchner. Kirchners tree, like Spaths a level-branched suberose field elm, was received from Belgium in 1 ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Schuurhoek

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Schuurhoek was originally an old, nameless clone cultivated c.1880 in the vicinity of Goes, Netherlands, which was taken back into cultivation as Schuurhoek by the vant Westeinde nursery at s-Heer Abtskerke, Zee ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Silvery Gem

A moderately tall growing shrub, reaching about 3–4 m 9.8–13.1 ft in 10 years and with severely contorted branches bearing leaves of a striking silver colour, especially in the spring. Hilliers noted that the tree bore leaves with an irregular bu ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Sowerbyi

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Sowerbyi, commonly known as the Sowerby Elm, was described by Moss in The Cambridge British Flora. The tree, once referred to as the Norfolk Elm by Smith, was commonly found in the hedgerows and woods of Norfolk ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Suberosa

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Suberosa, commonly known as the Cork-barked elm, is a slow-growing or dwarf form of conspicuously suberose Field Elm. Of disputed status, it is considered a distinct variety by some botanists, among them Henry, ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Umbraculifera Gracilis

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Umbraculifera Gracilis was obtained as a sport of Umbraculifera by the Spath nursery of Berlin c.1897. It was marketed by the Spath nursery in the early 20th century, and by the Hesse Nursery of Weener, Germany, ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Umbraculifera

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Umbraculifera. Litvinov considered it a cultivar of a wild elm with a dense crown that he called U. densa, from the mountains of Turkestan, Ferghana, and Aksu. Non-rounded forms of Umbraculifera are also found i ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Aurea

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Aurea, probably a "golden" form of Ulmus minor Viminalis, was raised before 1866 by Egide Rosseels of Louvain, who was known to have supplied Viminalis.

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Betulaefolia

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Betulaefolia is an elm of uncertain origin. An U. betulaefolia was listed by Loddiges of Hackney, London, in the catalogue of 1836, an U. campestris var. betulaefolia by Loudon in Arboretum et Fruticet ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Gracilis

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Gracilis is a form of U. minor Viminalis. Cultivars listed as Ulmus gracilis Hort. by Kirchner, and as U. scabra viminalis gracilis Hort. by Dieck, were considered by Green to be forms of Melvilles U. ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Incisa

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Incisa was listed and described by John Frederick Wood, F.H.S., in The Midland Florist and Suburban Horticulturist, along with what he called U. Viminalis and U. Viminalis Variegata, as U. Viminalis In ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Stricta

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Stricta, formerly known as U. campestris var. viminalis stricta, is a fastigiate form of Ulmus minor Viminalis. A herbarium specimen at Kew labelled U. campestris var. viminalis f. stricta was consider ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Marginata

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Marginata, a variegated form of Ulmus minor Viminalis, was first listed as Ulmus campestris var. viminalis marginata Hort. by Kirchner in 1864. Both Van Houtte and Spath marketed an U. campestris vimin ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Pendula

The field elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Pendula, a weeping form of U. minor Viminalis, was first listed c.1890 as Ulmus antarctica pendula Hort., and briefly described, by the Spath nursery of Berlin, which distributed it from the late 19th ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis Pulverulenta

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis Pulverulenta, also known as Viminalis Variegata, a variegated form of U. minor Viminalis, was first mentioned by Dieck, in 1885 as U. scabra viminalis pulverulenta Hort., but without description. Nurse ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Viminalis

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Viminalis, occasionally referred to as the Twiggy Field Elm, was raised by Masters in 1817, and listed in 1831 as U. campestris viminalis, without description. Loudon added a general description in 1838, and the ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Virgata

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Virgata was first described, as Ulmus campestris virgata, by Pepin in Revue Horticole from a stand of some thirty trees beside a monastery at Grand-Puits near Nangis, Seine-et-Marne, said to have been planted by ...

                                               

Ulmus minor Webbiana

The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor Webbiana, or Webbs curly-leaf elm, distinguished by its unusual leaves that fold upwards longitudinally, was said to have been raised at Lees Nursery, Hammersmith, London, circa 1868, and was first described in ...

                                               

Ulmus Amsterdam

Ulmus Amsterdam is a Dutch cultivar raised at the Huis Groeneveld in Baarn before 1950, possibly from an open pollination of the early Dutch cultivar Bea Schwarz, and introduced by Albert Hoekstra, former director of Amsterdams horticulture depar ...

                                               

Ulmus Androssowii

The hybrid cultivar Ulmus Androssowii R. Kam., an elm of Uzbekistan sometimes referred to in old travel books as Turkestan Elm or as karagach, its local name, is probably an artificial hybrid. According to Lozina-Lozinskaia the tree is unknown in ...

                                               

Ulmus Arno

Ulmus Arno is an Italian hybrid cultivar derived from a crossing of Plantyn with the Siberian Elm Ulmus pumila clone S.2. It was raised by the Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante in Florence, and released in 2007. However, Arno was not a comm ...

                                               

Ulmus Cathedral

Ulmus Cathedral is a hybrid cultivar raised at University of Wisconsin–Madison patented in 1994. Arising from a chance crossing of the Japanese elm and Siberian elm, seed was sent in 1958 by Prof. Nobuku Takahashi and his colleagues at the Sappor ...

                                               

Ulmus Clusius

Ulmus Clusius is a Dutch hybrid elm cultivar raised at the Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry & Landscape Planning, Wageningen, and released to commerce in 1983. Clusius was derived from a crossing of the same Dutch clones that produced t ...

                                               

Ulmus Columella

Ulmus Columella is a Dutch elm cultivar raised by the Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry & Landscape Planning, Wageningen, from a selfed or openly pollinated seedling of the hybrid clone Plantyn sown in 1967. It was released for sale in 1 ...

                                               

Ulmus Den Haag

The hybrid elm cultivar Ulmus Den Haag is a Dutch development derived from a chance crossing of the Siberian Elm cultivar Ulmus pumila Pinnato-ramosa and the Belgian Elm Ulmus × hollandica Belgica. S. G. A. Doorenbos, Director of Public Parks in ...

                                               

Ulmus Dodoens

The Dutch hybrid cultivar Ulmus Dodoens was derived from a selfed seedling of a crossing of the Exeter Elm Ulmus Exoniensis with the Himalayan Elm Ulmus wallichiana at the Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry & Landscape Planning, Wageninge ...

                                               

Ulmus Fiorente

Ulmus Fiorente is a hybrid cultivar elm derived from a crossing of the Siberian Elm Ulmus pumila clone S.10 from Lucca, Italy, with the Ulmus minor clone C.02 from Lungarno, Florence, by the Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante, part of the It ...

                                               

Ulmus Frontier

Ulmus Frontier is an American hybrid cultivar, a United States National Arboretum introduction derived from a crossing of the European Field Elm Ulmus minor with the Chinese Elm Ulmus parvifolia in 1971. Released in 1990, the tree is a rare examp ...

                                               

Ulmus Fuente Umbria

The cultivar Ulmus Fuente Umbria was raised from seed collected in 1995 from an elm resembling Ulmus minor growing in a field at Fuente Umbria west of Valencia, by researchers at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros de Montes, Universidad P ...

                                               

Ulmus Homestead

Ulmus Homestead is an American hybrid elm cultivar raised by Alden Townsend of the United States National Arboretum at the Nursery Crops Laboratory in Delaware, Ohio. The cultivar arose from a 1970 crossing of the Siberian Elm Ulmus pumila with t ...

                                               

Ulmus Karagatch

Ulmus Karagatch is a hybrid cultivar from Turkestan, selected in the early 20th century and considered either a backcrossing of U. × androssowii and U. pumila, or simply a cultivar of × androssowii. It was grown from seeds, introduced from Bairam ...

                                               

Ulmus Lobel

Ulmus Lobel is a Dutch hybrid cultivar raised at the Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry & Landscape Planning, Wageningen, from a crossing of clone 202 with 336. Lobel was cloned in 1962 and released for sale in 1973.

                                               

Ulmus Morfeo

Ulmus Morfeo is a hybrid elm cultivar raised by the Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante, Florence, in 2000. Morfeo arose from a crossing of the Dutch hybrid clone 405 and the Chenmou Elm, the latter a small tree from the provinces of Anhui an ...

                                               

Ulmus Morton Glossy = Triumph

Ulmus Morton Glossy is a hybrid cultivar raised by the Morton Arboretum, Illinois. Originally named Charisma until it was realized that name had already been registered for another plant, the tree was derived from a crossing of two other hybrid c ...

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