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Slippery Elm

This is a picture of a slippery elm. This is a broad, flat-topped crown of spreading branches and large rough leaves. The bark is dark brown; deeply furrowed. Their habitat is moist soils especially lower slopes.

 

Rock Elm

This is a picture or the rock elm. This tree usually has a straight trunk and narrow, short drooping branches. The bark is gray; deeply furrowed. The rock elm’s habitat is moist to dry uplands.

 

September Elm

This is a picture of the september elm.  This tree is medium sized with a broad crown of drooping branches. The bark is light brown; thin. The september elm’s habitat consists of moist soils along streams.

 

American Elm

This is a picture of the american elm. This tree is large, handsome, and graceful. This tree is often wider than tall. This bark is light gray; deeply furrowed. This tree’s habitat is found in moist soils, especially valleys.

 

English Elm

This is a picture of the english elm. This tree is large and has a straight and dense trunk. The english elm has gray bark and is deeply furrowed. The english elm is found normally in moist soils and roadsides.

 

Winged Elm

This is a picture of the winged elm. This tree has a generally short trunk and an open rounded crown. The winged elm has light brown and thin bark. They are normally found in dry uplands.

 

Water-Elm

 

This is a picture of the water-elm. This is an elm-like tree with a broad crown of spreading branches. The bark is light brown or gray and thin. Their habitat is wet soil of river banks and swamps.

 

Siberian Elm

 

This is a picture of the siberian elm. They are small to medium-sized. The bark is gray or brown and rough. Their habitat is usually a dry region and they are tolerant of poor soils.

 

Chinese Elm

This is a picture of the chinese elm. They are introduced trees with a dense, broad crown of spreading branches with small leaves. They have mottled brown bark which is also smooth. They are found in moist soils and humid regions.

 

Cedar Elm

 

This is a picture of the cedar elm. This tree has drooped branches and very small leaves. Their bark is light brown with scaly ridges. They are usually found in moist soils along streams.