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The seeds of the Winged Elm Tree will attract many types of game birds to your landscape. The Winged Elm Tree is very popular to plant as a shade tree, because of the fast growth and exotic bark on the twigs they appear winged. Some gardeners think the winged parts of the stems and twigs are a growing fungus, but that is only a peculiar type of bark growth that distinguishes this tree from the other Elms. The Winged Elm Tree is a medium-sized shade tree that has become very widely grown by florists and some homeowners who like to assemble fall dried flower arrangements, because of those unusual winged twigs and branches that are sold in great ornamental demand for unique floral decorations.• Some farms plant orchards of the Winged Elm Tree to fill the demand for the unique produce that the Winged Elm Tree provides. Winged Elm Trees show dramatic color changes of yellow and red in the fall, and grow a tall, thick canopy that will create a blanket of shade below. Winged Elm Trees are often planted in rows on both sides of the street, creating a tunnel effect when the trees are covered with leaves, and this tree is native to the U.S. and forms very attractive yard specimens and street plantings.


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4 of 5 still dormant March 31, 2018
Reviewer: Charles Kuzupas from Port saint lucie, FL United States  


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3 of 5 elm tree May 9, 2017
Reviewer: Ed White from WARD, AR United States  
When tree arrived boxes were damaged, several of the small limbs broken

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3 of 5 small but they all lived May 17, 2015
Reviewer: thomas marzullo from choctaw, OK United States  
trees were smaller than expected  less than 2 feet measured from the beginning of the roots to the tips.

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4 of 5 br April 12, 2015
Reviewer: Joseph Breighner from Gettysburg, PA United States  
very good

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5 of 5 Satisfied Customer March 30, 2015
Reviewer: Matthew Cox from Reserve, LA United States  
Arrived in great shape, beginning to grow.

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