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  • First we passed wild cherries, then tough-looking elms, karagachi in Kyrgyz, Ulmus ulmifolia in Latin.

    Wildwood

  • These sandy areas are characterized by trees such as Ulmus pumila, Populus tremula, and Padus asiatica, and several willow species (Salix pentandra, S. tenuifolia) in wetter locations.

    Selenge-Orkhon forest steppe

  • Back into the house to warm up and sip some more coffee, we look out the sliders in the addition up the slope to see the Chinese Elm, Ulmus x hollandica ‘Jacqueline Hillier’ mother of the recently planted hypertufa bonsai still holding green turning to yellow leaves.

    No Waiting, Nancy! « Fairegarden

  • One reason for the optimistism this time around as we enter the Bonsai realm, besides the nice sized trough planter, is the choice of plant material, dwarf Chinese elms, Ulmus x hollandica ‘Jacqueline Hillier’, formerly known as U. elegantissima babies from a generously maturing mother planted on the slope behind the main house.

    How To-Bonsai In Hypertufa « Fairegarden

  • Mixed deciduous oak forests of Quercus robur, Q. cerris, Carpinus betulus, Ulmus minor, and Fraxinus ornus once occurred throughout the ecoregion.

    Po Basin mixed forests

  • Riparian forests occupied the periodically flooded valleys of less than 100 meters (m) of elevation, and were composed of Fraxinus oxycarpa, Salix alba, Alnus glutinosa, Ulmus minor, Populus alba, P. nigra, and Quercus robur.

    Po Basin mixed forests

  • Tilia amurensis, elm (Ulmus propinqua), and ash (Fraxinus manshurica).

    Northeast China Plain deciduous forests

  • Characteristic species are Ulmus carpinifolia, Salix excelsa, Tilia caucasica with Tamarix ramosissima and others in the understory.

    Azerbaijan shrub desert and steppe

  • The former poplar (Populus sp.) and elm (Ulmus laevis) forests on river terraces has been largely replaced by willow (especially Salix purpuraea) thickets.

    Central European mixed forests

  • In Hinteres Lauterbrunnental in the north, the broadleaf forest zone is dominated by deciduous tree species such as sycamore Acer pseudoplatanus, grey alder Alnus incana, European ash Fraxinus exelsior, elm Ulmus glabra and silver birch Betula pendula.

    Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn, Switzerland

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