Ulmus laevis / Olmo bianco

Species: Ulmus laevis Pallas
Italian common noun: Olmo bianco
Synonim: Ulmus effusa
Family: Ulmaceae
Natural shapesTrees DeciduosFull sunPartial shade
Climate resistance: + / -20° CClimate resistance: + / -20° C
- Legislative Decree no. 151 - Legislative Decree no. 386

Origin: Central Europe, Western Asia.

Botanical characteristics: It is a deciduous tree up to 20 meters high with a wide crown. It has downy twigs and oval-shaped leaves with asymmetrical base covering the short petiole and doubly serrated margin. Leaves are provided with 12-19 secondary nerves on each side, smooth and shiny on the upper surface, paler and smooth on the lower one. In March, it bears small flowers on long stems, umbrella-shaped. Oval pedunculated samaras with ciliated margin follow the flowering.

Agronomic and environmental characteristics: It grows spontaneously in north-central Italy on moist forests, up to 600 meters above sea level but it is quite rare, this is why it is mostly cultivated.

Use: It is cultivated as shade plant in parks and gardens and is suitable for afforestation of wetlands in the plain.

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Produzione Note Altezza Circonferenza tronco Diametro/Lato chioma Q.tà  
Vaso 9.9.13 Vaso 9.9.13
Vaso Ø 18 Vaso Ø 18
Vaso Ø 22 Vaso Ø 22
Zolla 200-250 cm
Zolla 250-300 cm
Zolla 6-8 cm
Zolla 8-10 cm
Zolla 12-14 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 14-16 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 16-18 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 18-20 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 20-25 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 25-30 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 30-35 cm
Zolla/Air-Pot/Vaso 35-40 cm