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Hokkaido Elm

Hokkaido Elm-Large
                                             (ulmus parvifolia 'hokkaido')

Hokkaido Elm-Large (ulmus parvifolia 'hokkaido')

Native to Japan and Korea, the Hokkaido Elm is a Chinese Elm, not troubled by the Dutch Elm disease that has destroyed so many other species. It is extremely slow growing and will grow only to about 18" tall. The Hokkaido forms a rugged trunk with a corky bark that flakes off in rounded plates. This cultivar of ulmus has the tiniest leaf of all Elms (only 3/8" long)and they are short-stalked, oval with a slightly pointed tip and toothed margins, bright green on the upper surface, lighter green underneath. Very nice fall coror. Decideous. Temperate. Protect from frost. 11 years old. 12" tall. Suitable 10"x8" humidity tray is recommended. To purchase add $4.95 (50% 0ff regular price with tree order). Shipped via UPS 2-3 days - $12.95.

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To keep your bonsai tree healthy and growing well, NEVER use tap water on your bonsai. ALWAYS use drinking, distilled, or Reverse Osmosis purified water. A "simple" carbon filter water filter will not get the water purified enough for your bonsais. Tap water contains chlorine, metals and minerals that will harm your bonsai over time.