• Description

    ‘Camperdownii’, often called Camperdown elm, is a small, top-grafted, weeping landscape tree. It typically grows to 15-25’ tall, forming a round dome of contorted branches that weep to the ground. It was discovered at Camperdown House near Dundee, Scotland around 1850. Synonymous with and sometimes listed as Ulmus x vegeta ‘Camperdownii’.

    About Camperdownii

    Common Name: Scots Elm
    Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
    Growth Rate: Medium 6"-12" per year

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