Elm Tree - (Click picture for options)

Elm Tree - (Click picture for options)
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£3.00
Product CodeTW03
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Option
Price
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TW03-40
Sizes Available and Prices: 40mm
£3.00
85
TW03-55
Sizes Available and Prices: 55mm
£3.50
109
TW03-80
Sizes Available and Prices: 80mm
£4.00
72
TW03-105
Sizes Available and Prices: 105mm
£5.25
28
TW03-135
Sizes Available and Prices: 135mm
£7.50
11
TW03-150
Sizes Available and Prices: 150mm
£10.00
6
TW03-200
Sizes Available and Prices: 200mm
£25.00
2

English Elm Tree
Once common across the rich farmed soils of middle England, this elm was ravaged in the late 20th Century by Dutch Elm disease. Despite its name there is still debate over whether this elm is a native species or was brought here by Bronze Age farmers.

Distribution
The dozens of species are found in temperate and tropical-montane regions of North America and Eurasia, ranging southward into Indonesia. Elms are components of many kinds of natural forests. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, many species and cultivars of elms were planted as ornamental street, lawn, and park trees in Europe, North America, and parts of the Southern Hemisphere, notably Australasia

Average height 16-30mCypress is the name applied to many plants in the cypress family Cupressaceae, which is a conifer of northern temperate regions.
Most cypress species are trees, while a few are shrubs.
Most plants bearing the common name cypress are in the genera Cupressus and Chamaecyparis, but several other genera in the family also carry the name.
The most common variety in the UK is of course the Leylandii, which was created by accident in a Welsh garden nursery when two different trees cross-bred to create this offspring.

Average height 20-40m

All trees come with a spigot, all you need to do is drill an appropriate sized hole for 'planting'.

Product CodeTW03
ManufacturerThe Model Tree Shop
ConditionNew


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