siberian elm

  1. Hartinez

    More big elms

    Scouted and chopped these Siberian elms last summer. I went and dug them this spring and they took much longer to push than most other Siberian I have. I haven’t seen bark on Siberian this color and density. Now that they’ve started to push growth it’s off to the races! Thread grafts will be...
  2. stromy

    offering some seedlings

    These are trees I planted from seeds earlier this year and have some extra seedlings to offer: Siberian elm (Ulmus pumila) Pacific madrone (Arbutus menziesii) red alder (Alnus rubra) Japanese alder (Alnus firma) mahagony birch (Betula lenta) shore pine (Pinus contorta) Virginia pine...
  3. Hartinez

    Large collected Elm

    Hey all. New thread time. I conveniently left the type of elm off the title because these get a bad wrap. In some cases rightfully so, but I’m finding them more and more enjoyable as they thrive in my climate and are everywhere. I have also had great success in not losing branches randomly...
  4. Clorgan

    Choosing a tree for my Dad...

    My Dad has recently shown interest in bonsai, since my parents have moved house close to me and he's seen mine! So I'm looking to find him a good starter tree. Something that does already resemble bonsai as I don't think he's done a huge amount of reading up yet. Thought was to go for a...
  5. A

    Need help identifying Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia) or Siberian Elm (Ulmus Pumila).

    Hi guys, my name is Afnan, I'm from Malaysia. I'm very new here in Bonsai Nut. I need help identifying the elm below in pictures, is that Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia) or Siberian Elm (Ulmus Pumila)? Thanks in advance.
  6. Brad in GR

    Cuttings - repot vs patience

    Amur maple, Siberian elm, ficus nerifolia cuttings planted in May have taken well. Most have doubled on originally planted size. Repot, or show patience / protect well over winter and repot in spring?
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