Ulmus glabra ‘Weeping Elm’ 12” Pot


Ulmus glabra ‘Camperdownii’ 

Weeping Elm or Wych elm is a popular small weeping tree suitable for inner city gardens. It is also great as a lawn specimen in parks and gardens where there is adequate space for full development.

Weeping Elm trees are adaptable to a wide range of site conditions, but are best in moist, well drained soils that are acid to slightly alkaline. Good tolerance to air pollution makes them a great urban tree.

12″/30cm pot

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Additional information

botanical name

Ulmus Glabra Pendula Camperdownii

height x width

3m x 4m at 20 years


Large rough leaves are formed on branches which have a zigzag formation. a formal umbrella shape can be achieved with pruning


Hardy, but prefers Full sun to part shade with well drained mulched soil

landscape use

Magnificent specimen, suitable for parks or gardens