Princeton American Elm
Botanical Name: Ulmus americana ‘Princeton'
Common Name: Princeton American Elm
Height: 75-90' Spread: 50-60' Habit/Form: Vase Shape/Upright Growth Rate: Fast Zone: 3-9
Cultural Requirements: Well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of extended flooding.
Ornamental Characteristics: A dense, symmetrical, upright elm with large, leathery, dark green foliage turning yellow in the fall. Resistant to Dutch elm disease. Can be sensitive to air pollution.
Use in the Landscape: Street and large lawn tree.