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PRINCETON ELM

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PRINCETON ELM

Ulmus americana 'Princeton'

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Root Pouch 5 gallon - 5-6 ft tall (SKU: 13355)
(9 units - S) Available Now - Details
(5 units) Call in Pre-Order - Details - Review Scheduled 3/1/23
Grown in Root Pouch®.

List Price $160.00   In Stock


3 gallon Potted - 3-4 ft tall (SKU: 5639)
(3 units - G) Available Now - Details   -  

List Price $120.00   In Stock


Root Pouch 2 gallon - 3-4 ft tall (SKU: 12292)
(5 units - S) Available Now - Details   -   Grown in Root Pouch®.

List Price $80.00   In Stock


15 gallon Potted - 8-10 ft tall (SKU: 14861)
(26 units - G) Available Now - Details   -   pick up only

List Price $325.00   In Stock


25 gallon Potted - 8-10 ft tall (SKU: 15406)
(19 units - G) Available Now - Details   -   pick up only

List Price $375.00   In Stock


Root Pouch 5 gallon - 4-5 ft tall (SKU: 12293)
(0 units available now) - Details   -   Grown in Root Pouch®.

List Price $160.00

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Oklahoma Proven

Hardiness Zone: 5-9   ·   Mature Height: 80-100 Feet   ·   Mature Spread: 40-50 Feet

Buy Princeton Elm online. Discovered and selected in 1922 by nurseryman William Fleming for it's aesthetic merits. Princeton Elm was later found to be highly resistant to Dutch Elm disease. A highly desired tree for it's symmetrical upright vase shape,dark green foliage,ultimately forming a broad umbrella crown.

Family: Ulmaceae · Common Name: Elm

FREE with every plant purchased:

  • The Sooner Guarantee: For details, click here!
  • A pre-applied, pre-measured amount of time release fertilizer that keeps your plant well nourished for up to one year.
  • Pre-hydrated Hydro-Gels are included in the top of each container to use when planting as they help retain soil moisture, and plants will establish more quickly with less transplant shock. Plants will also survive drought-like conditions and accidental missed waterings better.
  • Planting and Care Instruction brochure.
  • Catalogs of new and exciting plant brands, such as Garden Debut® and Proven Winners®.

DIY Irrigation SuppliesWe use and recommend www.dripdepot.com for our irrigation needs, from simple to install micro and drip systems, to commercial grade irrigation parts and supplies.

PRINCETON ELM Plant Characteristics

Bark Type*
Rough
Brand*
Oklahoma Proven
Growth Habit*
Large Growing
Upright Growing
Growth Rate*
Medium
Leaf Color Spring*
Green
Leaf Color Summer*
Green
Leaf Type*
Deciduous/Herbaceous
Nature Assets*
Attracts Birds
Deer Resistant
Plant Type*
Tree
Preferred Planting Season*
Fall Planting
Spring Planting
Summer Planting
Propagation Methods*
Cuttings or Divisions
Season of Interest*
Fall
Late Spring/Early Summer
Late Summer/Early Autumn
Spring
Summer
Exposure (Short)
Full Sun

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PRINCETON ELM Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips

Ulmus is very easy to grow and adapts to most conditions. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer.

Interesting Notes About PRINCETON ELM

Princeton Elms were planted along Washington Road and another road in Princeton; most of these trees survive to this day [3] unaffected by disease. The cultivar was more recently chosen to replace elms killed by disease along Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House.